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An utterance by the Delphic oracle recorded by Eusebius of Caesarea in Praeparatio evangelica, VI-5, translated from the Greek of Porphyry (c.f. E. H. Gifford's translation)[99] and used by William Wordsworth as a subtitle for his ballad "Anecdote for Fathers".

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