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[8] For Palamedes, the son of Nauplius and Clymene daughter of Catreus, had been stoned to death through the machinations of Ulysses.1 And when Nauplius learned of it,2 he sailed to the Greeks and claimed satisfaction for the death of his son;

1 As to the death of Palamedes, see above, Apollod. E.3.8.

2 This passage, down to the end of Section 12, is quoted with some slight verbal changes, but without citing his authority, by Tzetzes, Scholiast on Lycophron 384-386; compare Tzetzes, Scholiast on Lycophron 1093.

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