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Or perhaps they will soon draw near to the pastures on the west of Oea's snowy rock,  fleeing on young horses or in chariots racing full speed. He will be caught!  Terrible is the neighboring Ares, terrible the might of the followers of Theseus. Yes, the steel of every bridle flashes,  and against their opponents charges forward our whole cavalry, who honor horse-riding Athena, and the earth-girdling Sea-god, the dear son of Rhea.
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