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What delusion has come over you? Who are you blaming as a thief?

Not you, by Zeus; I don't want to upset you, my lady.

Surely you're not calling the son of Zeus a thief?

... this very theft.

... if what you say is true.

... I speak truth. ... stolen ... the cattle ... it fits ... cut Two or three lines are lost here.

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