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Plato To Perdiccas1 wishes well-doing.

I counselled Euphraeus,2 in accordance with your message, to devote his time to the task of caring for your interests; and I feel myself bound also to give you friendly, and what is called “sacred,” counsel

1 Perdiccas was king of Macedon 365-360 B.C.

2 A native of Euboea and pupil of Plato.

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