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[4] And on the following day Lucius Lentulus, as he came sailing from Cyprus and coasted along the shore not knowing what had happened, saw a funeral pyre and Philip standing beside it, and before he had been seen himself exclaimed: ‘Who, pray, rests here at the end of his allotted days?’ Then, after a slight pause and with a groan he said: ‘But perhaps it is thou, Pompey the Great!’ And after a little he went ashore, was seized, and put to death.

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