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[685e] that this army was superior in valor to the army which went to Troy, since the latter, which was Achaean, was worsted by the former, which was Dorian. Must we not suppose that it was in this way, and with this intention, that the men of that age organized themselves?


Is it not also probable that they would suppose this to be a stable arrangement, and likely to continue quite a long time,

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