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consolor socios, suggested probably by the action of Ulysses in Il.II. 173-332, where he persuades the Greeks to return from the ships to the assembly, puts down the opposition of Thersites, and himself addresses them, making the longi taedia belli, which he deplores, a reason for waiting yet another year.

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