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”2 But others oppose this view, saying that the poet also speaks of barbarians, since he speaks of the Carians as men of barbarous speech,3 and of all the Greeks as Hellenes, “"the man whose fame is wide throughout Hellas and mid-Agros,"
”4and again, “"If thou wishest to journey throughout Hellas and mid-Agros."
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