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1 We have no mention of Pedius, or Phedius, as he is named in some of the MSS., in any of the ancient authors. A story of the same import is related of Solon and Tellus, by Herodotus, B. i. c. 30, and by Plutarch.—B.
2 A town of Arcadia. See B. iv. c. 10.
3 This is also related by Valerius Maximus, B. vii. c. 1.—B.
4 This is very similar to Virgil's beautiful description of the old man Coryeius, in the Georgics, B. iv. 1. 125, et seq.
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