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He1 who once was mighty, swelling with insolence for every fight, [170] he shall not even be named as having ever existed; and he2who arose later, he has met his overthrower and is past and gone. But whoever willingly sings a victory song for Zeus, [175] he shall gain wisdom altogether,—

1 Uranus.

2 Cronus.

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