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XIII.—The Unconquered One.

The unconquered one was born from a rock, if he is regarded as a god.  Now tell us, then, on the other hand, which is the first of these two.  The rock has overcome the god:  then the creator of the rock has to be sought after.  Moreover, you still depict him also as a thief; although, if he were a god, he certainly did not live by theft.  Assuredly he was of earth, and of a monstrous nature.  And he turned other people’s oxen into his caves; just as did Cacus, that son of Vulcan.

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