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Many were the chariots with lovely horses that you caused to be yoked [1020] by the banks of the Simois, many the deadly contests of men, with no garlands for the victor, that you established. Perished and gone are the kings descended from Ilus, [1025] and no more does the fire gleam on the altars of the gods in Troy or its smoke of incense arise.

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