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[14] Machaon and Podaleirius, schooled in all the selfsame arts, proved in crafts and reasonings and wars good men. Antilochus, by giving his life for his father,1 won such glory that he alone was proclaimed among the Greeks as “the Devoted Son.”

1 How Antilochus, son of Nestor, saved his father's life is told by Pindar in the sixth Pythian.

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