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[4] As soon as Pyrrhus opened the letter he perceived the fraud of Lysimachus; for the letter did not have the customary address, ‘The father, to the son, health and happiness,’ but instead, ‘King Ptolemy, to King Pyrrhus, health and happiness.’ Pyrrhus reviled Lysimachus for the fraud, but nevertheless made the desired peace, and they all met to ratify it with sacrificial oaths.

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