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[1090] You who turn to music and sing in discordant hymns our beds and the lawless, unholy loves of Kypris, see how we surpass in piety [1095] the unjust seed of men. Let the song recant and let discordant music go against the beds of men! The descendant of Zeus [1100] shows his ingratitude, when he does not breed children for the house in common with my mistress; showing favor to another Aphrodite, [1105] he has found a bastard child.

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