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( 27 ) With treasure loaded and triumphant spoils, Whose just division crown'd the soldiers' . toils; 480 But bright Clušseis, heavenly prize was led, By votes elected, to the general’s bed. The priest of phoebus sought by gifts to gain His beauteous daughter from the victor’s chain; The fleet he reach'd and lowly bending [ield forth the sceptre and the laurel crown, Entreating all; but chief implor'd for grace The brother-kings of Atreus' royal race: The generous Greeks theirjointeouseut declare, Thepriest ta rcwxrence, and release the fair. 490 Not so Atrides: he, with wonted pride, The sire usulted, and his gifts denied. Ti, insulted sire (uis god’s peculiar care) The Phœbus pray'd, and Phœbus heard the prayer: A dreadful plague ensues; th’ avenging darts Incessant fly, and pierce the Grecian hearts.