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[360] Shall old Troy once more at last spend the whole day in drinking toasts and singing love's praise, while the bewildering wine-cup sends a capacious challenge round, [365] as over the sea for Sparta the sons of Atreus quit the Ilian strand? O friend, with your arm and spear may you do me this service, then safe return.

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