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Letter CCCLVII.

Libanius to Basil.

What has made Basil object to the letter, the proof of philosophy?  I have learned to make fun from you, but nevertheless your fun is venerable and, so to say, hoary with age.  But, by our very friendship, by our common pastimes, do away, I charge you, with the distress caused by your letter…in nothing differing.32873287    Incomplete in original.


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