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Near these were moored the Argive ships in equal numbers, over which Mecisteus' [245] son, whom Talaus his grandfather reared, and Sthenelus, son of Capaneus, were in command; next in order, Theseus' son was stationed at the head of sixty ships from Attica, having the goddess [250] Pallas set in a winged chariot drawn by steeds with solid hoof, a lucky sight for mariners.

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