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( 20 ) Lives there a thief to match Pirithous' fame, Dryas the bold, or Ceneus' deathless name; Theseus, endu'd with more tham morta might, Or Polyphemus, like the gods im, fight ? 350 With these of old to toils of battle bred, In early youth my hardy days fled ; Fir'd with the thirst which virtuous envy breeds, And sinii, with love of honourable deeds. Strongest of men, they piere'd the mountain boat, Rang'd bewild deserts red with monsters’ gore, And from their hills the shaggy Centaurs tore; Yot these with soft persuasive arts I sway’d; When Nestor spoke, they listen’d and ohey'd. if in my youth e'en these esteem'd me wise, 360 {}o you, young warriors, hear my age advice. Atrides, seize toi on the 90áuteous slave : That prize the Greeks by common suffrage gave : Northou, Achilles, treat our prince with pride; Lct kings be just, and sovereign power preside Thee, the first honours of the war adorn, "به ه