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ὡς δὲ ἐχθροὶ κ τ.λ.that they are our enemies, nay our bitterest enemies, you all know: for they invaded our land to make us slaves; and had they succeeded in that, they would have inflicted on our men the worst penalty (i e. death), on onr wives and children the worst indignities (i.e. slavery), on the whole city the most disgraceful reproach (i.e. dependence).

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