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[5] and makes him who controls the place with a garrison sole lord of Greece. Therefore it is thought that the younger Philip of Macedon1 uttered no jest, but the truth, whenever he called the city of Corinth ‘the fetters of Greece.’

1 Philip V., 237-179 B.C.

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