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XX.—The Titans.

Ye say that the Titans are to you Tutans.  Ye ask that these fierce ones should be silent under your roof, as so many Lares, shrines, images made like to a Titan.  For ye foolishly adore those who have died by an evil death, not reading their own law.  They themselves speak not, and ye dare to call them gods who are melted out of a brazen vessel; ye should rather melt them into little vessels for yourselves.

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