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[776e] their whole houses. Surely we know that this language is used about slaves?

Megillus
Certainly.

Athenian
And is not the opposite kind of language also used,—that the soul of a slave has no soundness in it, and that a sensible man should never trust that class at all? And our wisest poet, too, in speaking of Zeus,

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