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[14c] For now, when you were close upon it you turned aside; and if you had answered it, I should already have obtained from you all the instruction I need about holiness. But, as things are, the questioner must follow the one questioned wherever he leads. What do you say the holy, or holiness, is? Do you not say that it is a kind of science of sacrificing and praying?


And sacrificing is making gifts to the gods

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    • C.E. Graves, Commentary on Thucydides: Book 4, CHAPTER XXIII
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