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[2] At this point, Liburnian ships were seen pursuing them from Caesar's fleet; but Antony ordered the ship's prow turned to face them, and so kept them all off, except the ship of Eurycles the Laconian, who attacked vigorously, and brandished a spear on the deck as though he would cast it at Antony. And when Antony, standing at the prow, asked, ‘Who is this that pursues Antony?’ the answer was, ‘I am Eurycles the son of Lachares, whom the fortune of Caesar enables to avenge the death of his father.’

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