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So then the captain of the Achaean ships, the elder of the two—  holding no seer at fault, bending to the adverse blasts of fortune, when the Achaean folk, on the shore over against Chalcis  in the region where Aulis' tides surge to and fro, were very distressed by opposing winds and failing stores.
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