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iniquity
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Butler)

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immorality; or an immoral act
  • "If," said Agamemnon, "you are sons of Antimachus, who once at a council of Trojans proposed that Menelaus and Ulysses, who had come to you as envoys, should be killed and not suffered to return, you shall now pay for the foul iniquity of your father."
    Book 11 (18% in)

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