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the Gods know all things; that ^ [[addition]] all things are full of [[/addition]] the Gods [[deletion]] are full [[/deletion]] of [[deletion]] all things: [[/deletion]] and [[addition]] In order [[/addition]] that [[deletion]] they [[/deletion]] [[addition]] men [[/addition]] [[addition]] might [[/addition]] act as holy [[deletion]] ly [[/deletion]] and chastely, [[deletion]] than [[/deletion]] [[addition]] as [[/addition]] if they were [[deletion]] chiefly [[/deletion]] in the most solemn and holy temples [[image]] Piety is Safe and honour'd among Enemies [[image]] 1. When the town [[addition]] city [[/addition]] of Rome was taken, the Gauls besieged the Capitol and were attentive that none of the Enemy might get off; [[deletion]] the [[/deletion]] Roman