1.Rough translation of tribute by a writer from oneage to a writer from another one. Name bothpeople, and the work that this is taken from.Nothing better has ever come out of Greecethan this man whose lantern led the increaseof reason over fear.I place my foot herewhere yours once fellNot because I swellin pride, and vainly competewith you, but because I merely repeatwhat you said many years ago: to live surrounded byfriends,to aim for freedom from fear, these are truly happy ends.
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1.A was a cow, or at least simulated one for B, with the help ofC, a mechanical engineering genius. This had mixed results.D, her husband didnt care for the taxonomy problems thiscould have caused, and ordered C to devise something E tohide the convoluted truth of the matter. Cs reward foraccomplishing all this was not something he cared verymuch for, and this caused a famous stratagem F, andeventually the naming of an island G. But that is anotherstory, just like the one about Ds daughter H being famouslyintelligent and high-strung, and the problem this solved, andthe others it caused. I was the beneficiary of all thisintelligence, and I was quick to ensure that the hidden truthwas dealt with satisfactorily.What was the hidden truth? Solve for A to I.