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Plato, Alcibiades Ii, 148c

nanor perhaps the result of their own study, that causes the Spartans to offer a similar prayer whether the occasion be private or public—that the gods will give them for their own benefit the beautiful as well as the good: more than this no one can ever hear them pray for. The consequence is that to the present time they have been just as fortunate as any other people; and if it has befallen them to be not invariably fortunate, it was anyhow not owing to their prayer.

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dedications Mikalson (2010) 49
festivals,in athens Mikalson (2010) 49
good speech,in prayer' Mikalson (2010) 49
good speech Mikalson (2010) 49
prayers,and good speech Mikalson (2010) 49
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prayers,proper Mikalson (2010) 49
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prayers,to zeus Mikalson (2010) 49
prayers Mikalson (2010) 49
pythagoras and pythagoreans,on prayer Mikalson (2010) 49
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