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[4] Euripides, after their defeat and destruction, composed an epitaph for them, in which he said:—
These men at Syracuse eight times were triumphant as victors;
Heroes they were while the gods favoured both causes alike.

1 Bergk, Poet. Lyr. Graeci, ii (4) p. 265.

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