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Troubles in Crete

In Crete there was the beginning of great troubles set
Crete in B.C. 182. See bk. 22, ch. 19.
in motion, if one should speak of "a beginning of troubles" in Crete: for owing to the persistency of civil wars and the acts of savagery practised against each other, beginning and end are much the same in Crete; and what appears to some people to be an incredible story is a spectacle of everyday occurrence there.

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