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" Theseus was the first, who, as Aristotle says, out of an inclination to popular government, parted with the regal power, Homer also seems to testify, in his catalogue of the ships, where he gives the name of People to the Athenians only. "
Archaeologia Graeca Or the Antiquities of Graece - الصفحة 12
بواسطة John Potter - 1728
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