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T. Maccius Plautus, Miles Gloriosus, or The Braggart Captain (ed. Henry Thomas Riley), act 1, scene 1 (search)
ously, so that whatever you wish should first occurShould first occur: "Praevolat mihi." Literally, "should fly to me beforehand." to me. PYRGOPOLINICES What do you remember? ARTOTROGUS I do remember this. In Cilicia there were a hundred and fifty men, a hundred in CryphiolathroniaCryphiolathronia: This word is mere gibberish: it is compounded of Greek words, which would make it to mean "the place of hidden secrecy." The part of the flatterer seems to be a little overdone here., thirty at Sardis, sixty men of Macedon, whom you slaughtered altogether in one day. PYRGOPOLINICES What is the sum total of those men? ARTOTROGUS Seven thousand. PYRGOPOLINICES It must be as much: you keep the reckoning well. ARTOTROGUS Yet I have none of them written down; still, so I remember it was. PYRGOPOLINICES By my troth, you have a right good memory. ARTOTROGUS aside. 'Tis the flesh-pots'Tis the flesh-pots: "Offae monent." "Offa" properly means "a lump of flesh," from which it came to signify "vic