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Letter CCCLVIII.

Libanius to Basil.

Oh, for the old days in which we were all in all to one another!  Now we are sadly 326separated!  Ye have one another, I have no one like you to replace you.  I hear that Alcimus in his old age is venturing on a young man’s exploits, and is hurrying to Rome, after imposing on you the labour of remaining with the lads.  You, who are always so kind, will not take this ill.  You were not even angry with me for having to write first.

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