And this new grief we bore with us to sea: our precious lifes we had, but not our friends. No ship made sail next day until some shipmate had raised a cry, three times, for each poor ghost unfleshed by the Cicones on that field.
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They believed in the God's holding their fortunes. They also believed in perseverance, strength, and bravery.