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Pericles' Funeral Oration 431 BC: "...In the fighting, they thought it more honourable to stand their ground and suffer death than to give in and save their lives. So they fled from the reproaches of men, abiding with life and limb the brunt of battle, and in a small moment of time, the climax of their lives, a culmination of glory, not of fear, were swept away from us." 後半が分かりません。 よろしくお願い致します。

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    戦いに於いて、一歩も退かないで死を選ぶ方が、生き延びるより名誉なことだと彼らは思っていた。そのため戦いでわが命を救い、怪我の無い道を選んで人々から非難されることを避け、一瞬のうちに、彼らの一生の最高のひと時、名誉の極致において、恐怖を知らず、彼らは我々から離れて行った(=死んでいった)のである。

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