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Character of Cotys

Cotys was a man of distinguished appearance and of
Character of Cotys, king of the Odrysae, an ally of Perseus.
great ability in military affairs, and besides, quite unlike a Thracian in character. For he was of sober habits, and gave evidence of a gentleness of temper and a steadiness of disposition worthy of a man of gentle birth. . . .

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