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[12] Menestheus through the heed he paid to hunting, so far surpassed others in love of toil that the first of the Greeks confessed themselves his inferiors in feats of war, all save Nestor; and he, it is said,1 outdid not, but rivalled him.


1 In Iliad 2.555.

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