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interimo, an issue which contrasts with the indecisive result of the combat with Hector (279). In Homer ( Il.X. 377 Il., 455) Dolon is taken unwounded by Ulysses and Diomede, and subsequently killed by the latter. non ante tamen. Ulysses is careful to mention that he does not, like Ajax, forget to combine policy with valour.
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