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The Harvard Classics.  1909–14.
 
The Room of the Under-Charioteers
 
 
  “I beheld nine men: on the mast were they. Nine capes they wore, with a purple loop. A plate of gold on the head of each of them. Nine goads in their hands. Liken thou.”  1
  “I know those,” quoth Fer rogain: “Riado, Riamcobur, Ríade, Buadon, Búadchar, Buadgnad, Eirr, Ineirr, Argatlam—nine charioteers in apprenticeship with the three chief charioteers of the king. A man will perish at the hands of each of them,” etc.  2
 

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