defeat the Africans made no further attempt to disturb the
peace of Kittim, and their incursions ceased forever.

In spite of the great victory that Zepho had won with
the help of God, the king of Kittim walked in the idolatrous
ways of the people whom he ruled, and in the ways of the
sons of Esau, for, as saith the proverb of the ancients, "Out
of the wicked cometh forth wickedness," and Zepho was not
other than the rest of the sons of Esau.

The severe defeat inflicted upon Agnias drove Balaam
from Africa to Kittim, and he was received with great
honors by Zepho, who welcomed him on account of his deep

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