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3. 8. • See Euripides, Hipp. 115, and Stobaeus, Flor. 63. 3; Nauck, Trag. Graec.
Frag. p. 493. • Aesch. Niobe, Frag. 153, Nauck, Trag. Graec. Frag. p. 52. The
speaker is Tantalus. The Berecynthian land is near Mount Berecynthus in Phryffia
441. 1 Hesiod, Theog. 80. e Nauck, Trag. Graec. Frag. p. 678, no. 987. * Nauck,
Trag. Graec. Frag. p. 494, no. 489, from the first Hippolytus. (802) ravra p.ev yap
locos 'AA/ca/zeVet /cat NijattoTjj Kal 'IktIvco 177 PRECEPTS OF STATECRAFT, ...
... ovk ^Xei'rrapairqaiv dpaprdvcov dXXd rrpoaaKovei to TOV Eu/OlTTtSoU t£ktu>
v yap a>v errpaaoes oti £vXovpyiKa * Passed in 432 B.C. excluding Megara from
commerce with Athens and her allies. 6 Nauck, Trag. Graec. Frag. p. 678, no.
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