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[370b] and a little later says that he would not be persuaded by Odysseus and Agamemnon and would not stay at Troy at all, but,—“Tomorrow, after sacrificing to Zeus and all the gods, (he says), I will load my ships well and drag them into the sea; then you shall see, if you like and if it interests you, early in the morning my ships sailing the fishy Hellespont

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