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. ( 21 ) Like gods in strength, and of a goddess born; Him, awful majesty exalts above, The powers of earth, and sceptredisons of Jove. Let both uniowia, well-consenting mind, So shall authority with strength be join'd. Leave me, O king, to calm Achilles' rage ; Rule thou thyself, as more advanc'd in age: gods ! Achilies should he lost, . Forbid it, g The pride of Greece, and bulwark of our host. This said he ceas'd. The king of men replies: Thy years are awful, and ihy words are wise: Iłut that imperious, that unconquer'd Soul, No laws cau limit, no rడ control : 380 Besoré his pride,-. ist his superiors fall, His word the law, and he the lord of all : Him must our hosts, our chiefs, ourself obey : What king can hear a rival in his sway? Grant that the gods his matchless force have given; ~ . IIas soul reproach a privilege from heaven?