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- With thee are we all at variance, because thou didst beget that reckless maiden and baleful, whose thought is ever of iniquitous deeds.Book 5 (95% in)
- We avow ourselves to be better men by far than our fathers were: we did take the seat of Thebes the seven gated, though we led a scantier host against a stronger wall, because we followed the omens of the gods and the salvation of Zeus; but they perished by their own iniquities.Book 4 (75% in)
- How wondrously art thou favouring men of violence, even the Trojans, whose might is ever iniquitous, nor can they have their fill of the din of equal war.Book 13 (76% in)
There are no more uses of "iniquity" in The Iliad by Homer (translated by: Lang, Leaf, & Myers).
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