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So then the captain of the Achaean ships, the elder of the two— [185] holding no seer at fault, bending to the adverse blasts of fortune, when the Achaean folk, on the shore over against Chalcis [190] in the region where Aulis' tides surge to and fro, were very distressed by opposing winds and failing stores.

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