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That is so.

And who by tradition has shown himself a good lawgiver among the ancient kings, so that to this day his ordinances remain, as being divine?

I cannot think.

Do you not know which of the Greeks use the most ancient laws?

Do you mean the Spartans, and Lycurgus the lawgiver?

Why, that is a matter, I daresay, of less than three hundred years ago, or but a little more. But whence is it that

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