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Aristophanes, Peace (ed. Eugene O'Neill, Jr.), line 868 (search)
Servant Returning from the house. The girl has quitted the bath; she is charming from head to foot, belly and buttocks too; the cake is baked and they are kneading the sesame-biscuit;nothing is lacking but the bridegroom's tool. Trygaeus Let us first hasten to lodge Theoria in the hands of the Senate. Servant Tell me, who is this woman? Trygaeus Why, it's the same Theoria. Servant The one we used to go to Brauron with, to get tipsy and frolic? Trygaeus You know, I could scarcely get hold of her. Servant Ah! you charmer! what pleasure your pretty bottom will afford me every four years! Trygaeus To the audience. Let's see, which one of you is steady enough to be trusted by the Senate with the care of this charming wench?To the Servant. Hi! you, friend! what are you drawing there? Servant Who has been making signs in the air. It's er—well, at the Isthmian Games I shall have a tent for my tool. Trygaeus to the audience. Come, who wishes to take the charge of her? No one? Come,