[115c] their temples and royal dwellings, their harbors and their docks, and all the rest of their country, ordering all in the fashion following.1First of all they bridged over the circles of sea which surrounded the ancient metropolis, making thereby a road towards and from the royal palace. And they had built the palace at the very beginning where the settlement was first made by their God2 and their ancestors; and as each king received it from his predecessor, he added to its adornment
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