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[537b] “and goad him on, while your hand slackens his reins. And at the post let your left-hand horse swerve close, so that the nave of the well-wrought wheel may seem to come up to the edge of the stone, which yet avoid to touch.” Hom. Il. 23.335 ff.

Enough. Now, Ion, will a doctor or a charioteer be the better judge

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