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[2] That night Pyrrhus dreamed that he was called by Alexander the Great, and that when he answered the call he found the king lying on a couch, but met with kindly speech and friendly treatment from him, and received a promise of his ready aid and help. ‘And how, 0 King,’ Pyrrhus ventured to ask, ‘when thou art sick, canst thou give me aid and help?’ ‘My name itself will give it,’ said the king, and mounting a Nisaean horse he led the way.

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