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[5] Pompey, on hearing this, communed with himself a little while, and then said: ‘Menas, you ought to have done this without speaking to me about it beforehand; but now let us be satisfied with things as they are; for perjury is not my way.’ Pompey, then, after being feasted in his turn by Antony and Caesar, sailed back to Sicily.

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