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[625b] to the cave1 and temple of Zeus is a long one, and we are sure to find, in this sultry weather, shady resting-places among the high trees along the road: in them we can rest ofttimes, as befits our age, beguiling the time with discourse, and thus complete our journey in comfort.

Clinias
True, Stranger; and as one proceeds further one finds in the groves cypress-trees of wonderful height and beauty,

1 The grotto of Dicte on Mt. Ida.

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