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Though you utter a great boast, o stranger from Argos, others do not on that account [355] care the more for you, and by your proud words you shall not daunt our hearts. Long may it be before this happens to great Athens of the fair [360] dancing-grounds! But you are senseless, and so is the son of Sthenelus,1 tyrant at Argos.

1 Eurystheus.

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