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Translate this story about the childhood of Jupiter, king of the gods. Vita infantis¹ Iovis² erat plena malorum. Eius pater, Cronus³, suos infantes¹ edebat4. Cur hoc fecit? Nemo in caelo ad mortem venit. Propter hoc nullus deus régnum6 caeli post mortem sul patris hereditare potest. Sibi dixit Cronus, "St meos infantes¹ non edamt, ipsT me de regno7 expellent*. Meus pater, rex tótTus caeli, vi mea cecidit. In codem perículo me inveniam, ST nihil ipse faciam." Itaque9, ubi10 Rhea11 uxor eius, infantem paruit¹2, Cronus sine mora eum cepit editque4. Rhea miseram13 vitam egit. Cogitavit et consilium cepit. "Debeone esse misera propter facta istius avart? Arte vitam unius filit servare audebo," sibi dixit. Saxum14 pannts15 velavit16, et suum maritum17 ad se vocavit. "Cape hoc, mi care," dixit Rhea, et saxum14 istT dedit. Mater his insidiTs vitam lovis servavit. Post paucos annos ille Summ patrem de caelo depulit18. Haec magnus poeta in suo libro scripsit. Magnã cum cura. tuum cibum19 videre debes. In their first adventure, Jason and the Argonauts stop off at the island of Lemnos, where, the previous year, the women had murdered all the men. As the story opens, Jason introduces himselfto the women he finds on the beach. "Sum Iason1, dux2 Argonautarum³. Regi ipst pauca verba dicere cupio4. Sed5 cur ridetis7?" "Sine rege vitam beatam agimus," eT feminae dixerunt. "Heus!"," uni feminae dixit lason¹, "Duc me ad tuum tyrannum!" Femina eum ad arcem ducebat, sed10 aliae per vias tottus urbis cucurrerunt. "Vennt!!" vocant. "Venit vir. Videte hune ipsae!" Mox11 viae erant plenae feminarum. Iasonis formam corpusque laudabant. Nullos viros diu12 viderant. "Salve, bone adulescens," Iasoni¹ dixit regina. "Cur13 extra14 portas manetis? In nostra civitate nulli vin vivunt. De his tibi vera dicam. Nostri cum magno amore captivas15 amaverunt. Suas uxores, sorores, filias ex casis16 in vias expülerunt17. CaptIvIs15 mala cum cupiditate se dederunt. Cum patientia haec toleravimus. Post paucos annos, dill virtütem sapientiamque nobis dederunt. Magna audere poteramus. Viet consilio viros vicimus. 'Revenire19 poteritis, ets diximus, 'ubi20 bonos mores demonstraveritis.' Nune21 cum filitsque in niveis22 agris Thraciae23 habitant24. Voca tuos amicos sine mora. Nobiscum remanere poteritis."

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