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[4] And when many of them sprang towards the bema, and shouted that the tidings brought by Asclepiades were true and that Alexander was dead, ‘Well, then,’ said Phocion, ‘if he is dead to-day, he will be dead to-morrow and the day after. Therefore we can deliberate in quiet, and with greater safety.’

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