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[11] And this suspicion prevailed all the more, because, when the Norensians were celebrating their festivals in honour of the dead, and
****** had all, according to the custom of their tribe, left the city, then she was said by the freedman to have hanged herself; and it was clearly desirable for a man who strangled his mistress to seek for the solitary time when the people left the city; but his mistress, who wished to die, had no such necessity for doing so.

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