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Kings should so strive to live that they may acquire renown, remembering that private individuals are ready even to die to win glory. Let your virtues be a memorial of you rather than statues set up in your honour. Die gloriously rather than live in dishonour. Do nothing unworthy of your royal office. Your body will perish, but your deeds can win you immortality.
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