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”unknown1 Nor should we approve Achilles' attendant Phoenix2 as speaking fairly when he counselled him if he received gifts for it to defend the Achaeans, but without gifts not to lay aside his wrath; nor shall we think it proper nor admit that Achilles3 himself was so greedy as to accept gifts from Agamemnon and again to give up a dead body after receiving payment4
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