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[5] But at this moment Panthea bade all who stood near to retire and then she said: “Abradatas, if ever any1 woman loved her husband more than her own life, I think you know that I, too, am such a one. Why, then, should I tell of these things one by one? For I think that my conduct has given you better proof of it than any words I now might say.

1 She exhorts him to bravery

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