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Athena
I am glad that they are zealously accomplishing these things for my land; and I am grateful to Persuasion, [970] that her glance kept watch over my tongue and mouth, when I encountered their fierce refusal. But Zeus of the assembly has prevailed.1 Our rivalry in doing good is victorious forever. [975]

1 Zeus presides over the assemblies of citizens and directs the speech of public men.

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