Codrus slain

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“Determined to save his own country at the expense of his own life, Codrus disguised himself in a peasant’s dress, entered the Peloponnesian camp, and provoked a quarrel with a soldier, by whom he was killed.” — Goodrich, 1844


S. G. Goodrich Lights and Shadows of European History (Boston: Bradbury, Soden, & Co., 1844) 42


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