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King Antiochus, at the beginning of his reign, was
Disappointments as to the character of Antiochus the Great.
thought to be a man of great enterprise and courage, and great vigour in the execution of his purposes; but as he grew older his character evidently deteriorated in itself, and disappointed the expectation of the world. . . .

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