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Temples [[deletion]] are [[/deletion]] [[addition]] were [[/addition]] built for the increase of piety [[image]] I [[deletion]] suppose [[/deletion]] [[addition]] thinck [[/addition]] that temples [[deletion]] were [[/deletion]] [[addition]] should [[/addition]] be built [[addition]] in cities [[/addition]] to the Gods [[deletion]] in towns [[/deletion]] Neither am I of the same opinion as the Magi of the Persians were by whose council Xerxes is said to have built ^ [[addition]] the [[/addition]] temples of [[deletion]] Greece [[/deletion]] Greece. For they were displeased that the Gods were shut up in walls to whom all things ought to be open of whom all this world was the temple and house. The Greeks and Romans though ^ [[addition]] t [//addition]] and acted better: who