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“And since the night by reason of her darkness is dim, whereas the sun by his brightness illuminates the hours of the day and all things else, have they not made stars to shine in the night, that mark the watches of night for us, and do we not thereby satisfy many of our needs?”

“That is so.”

“Moreover, the moon reveals to us not only the divisions of the night, but of the month too.”

“Certainly.”

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