Thy tomb is mounded in a fair and sightly place;For the lineal descendants of Themistocles there were also certain dignities maintained in Magnesia down to my time, and the revenues of these were enjoyed by a Themistocles of Athens who was my intimate and friend in the school of Ammonius the philosopher.
The merchantmen shall ever hail it with glad cry;
It shall behold those outward, and those inwardbound,
And all the emulous rivalry of racing ships.
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