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[26] Thereon they placed as offerings a quantity of raw ox-hides and walking-sticks and the captured wicker shields; and the guide not only cut these shields to pieces himself, but urged the others to do so.1

1 Still trying to fulfil his real mission of harming his people's enemies. Cp. 19-20 above.

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