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[829b] not in war-time, but while they are living in peace.1 Therefore, a judicious State must carry out a march, every month, for not less than one whole day, or more (according as the rulers decree),2 paying no heed to cold weather or hot: all shall join in it—men, women and children—whenever the rulers decide to march them out en masse, and at other times they shall go in sections. Along with sacrifices, they must continually devise noble games, to serve

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