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‘ [5] If, however, the war is on our behalf, carry us away with your sons-in-law and their children, and so restore to us our fathers and kindred, but do not rob us of our children and husbands. Let us not, we beseech you, become prisoners of war again.’

Many such appeals were made by Hersilia, and the other women added their entreaties, until a truce was made and the leaders held a conference.

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