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[134] Staggered, he fell to the earth with a crash, [135] torch in hand, a man possessed by the frenzy of the mad attack, who just now was raging against us with the blasts of his tempestuous hate. But his threats did not fare as he had hoped, and to the other enemies mighty Ares dispensed each their own dooms with hard blows, [140] Ares, our mighty ally at the turning-point.

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