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“In the name of the gods, then,” said1 Pheraulas, “please make yourself happy at once and make me happy, too! Take all this and own it and use it as you wish. And as for me, you need do no more than keep me as a guest—aye, even more sparingly than a guest, for I shall be content to share whatever you have.”

1 Pheraulas gets rid of his burden of wealth

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