Paragraph 2 - Ancient Greek Translation 1a
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So while the ship sails, Zenothemis looks towards the land. What does Zenothemis see? Zenothemis sees both the Acropolis and the Parthenon. And next, both Dikaiopolis and the captain look towards the land. What do Dikaiopolis and the captain see? Both Dikaiopolis and the captain see both the Acropolis and the Parthenon. Suddenly, both Dikaiopolis and the captain hear a noise...
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