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[208] Myrtoas crimine signet aquas. This was

the crime with which Pelops is here reproached, that he precipitated into the sea Myrtilus, the charioteer, who had deserved well at his hands, and by whose help chiefly he gained the victory in the race. It was from this Myrtilus that the Myrtoan sea derived its name.

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