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Most true.

With the same objects in view we surveyed,1 also, the settling of the Doric host and the homes of Dardanus at the foot of the hills and the colony by the sea and the first men who survived the Flood, together with our previous discourses2 concerning music and revelry, as well as all that preceded these. The object of all these discourses was to discover how best

1 i.e., in Bk. iii. 676-693 (taken in the reverse order).

2 i.e., in Books i. and ii.

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