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Aristophanes, Frogs (ed. Matthew Dillon), line 1206 (search)
Euripides “Aegyptus, so the widespread rumor runs, With fifty children in a long-oared boat, Landing near Argos”— Aeschylus Lost his little oil flask! Dionysus What was this “oil flask”? You'll be sorry! Recite for him another prologue, so I can see once more. Euripides “Dionysus, who with thyrsus wands and fawnskins bedecked amidst the pines on Mt. Parnassus bounds dancing...” Aeschylus Lost his little oil flask! Dionysus Alas, again we have been stricken by that flask. Euripides It won't be a problem. For to this prologue he won't be able to attach that flask. “No man exists, who's altogether blest, Either nobly sired he has no livelihood Or else base-born he ...” Aeschylus Lost his little oil flask! Dionysus Euripides! Euripides What is it? Dionysus I think you should pull in your sails; that oil flask is going to blow up quite a storm. Euripides By Demeter, I wouldn't think of it. For this one here will knock it away from him. Dionysus Go on and recite another then,