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Lastly, Aias, reared in Salamis, [290] was joining his right wing to the left of those near whom he was posed, closing the line with his outermost ships, twelve barques obedient to the helm, as I heard and then [295] saw the crews; the one who brings his barbaric boats to grapple Aias shall obtain no safe return. There I saw [300] the naval armament, but some things I heard at home about the gathered army, of which I still have a recollection.

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