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Aristophanes, Acharnians (ed. Anonymous), line 134 (search)
s not a grain of truth in it all! THEORUS And he has sent you the most warlike soldiers of all Thrace. DICAEOPOLIS Now we shall begin to see clearly. HERALD Come hither, Thracians, whom Theorus brought. DICAEOPOLIS What plague have we here? THEORUS 'Tis the host of the Odomanti.A Thracian tribe from the right bank of the Strymon. DICAEOPOLIS Of the Odomanti? Tell me what it means. Who has mutilated them like this? THEORUS If they are given a wage of two drachmae, they will put all BoeotiaThe Boeotians were the allies of Sparta. to fire and sword. DICAEOPOLIS Two drachmae to those circumcised hounds! Groan aloud, ye people of rowers, bulwark of Athens! Ah! great gods! I am undone; these Odomanti are robbing me of my garlic!Dicaeopolis had brought a clove of garlic with him to eat during the Assembly. Will you give me back my garlic? THEORUS Oh! wretched man! do not go near them; they have eaten garlicGarlic was given to game-cocks, before setting them at each other, to
Aristophanes, Acharnians (ed. Anonymous), line 860 (search)
s? DICAEOPOLIS Ah! good day, Boeotian, eater of good round loaves.A form of bread peculiar to Boeotia. What do you bring? BOEOTIAN All that is good in Boeotia, marjoram, penny-royal, rush-mats, lBoeotia, marjoram, penny-royal, rush-mats, lamp-wicks, ducks, jays, woodcocks, water-fowl, wrens, divers. DICAEOPOLIS 'Tis a very hail of birds that beats down on my market. BOEOTIAN I also bring geese, hares, foxes, moles, hedgehogs, cats, lyres, martins, otters and eels from the Copaic lake.A lake in Boeotia. DICAEOPOLIS Ah! my friend, you, who bring me the most delicious of fish, let me salute your eels. BOEOTIAN Come, thou, the elntation of The Acharnians to 436 B.C., the sixth year of the War, since the beginning of which Boeotia had been closed to the Athenians. Salute it, my children; as for myself, I will supply coal tof Athens. fA painter. This again fixes the date of the presentation of The Acharnians to 436 B.C., the sixth year of the War, since the beginning of which Boeotia had been closed to the Athenians.
Aristophanes, Acharnians (ed. Anonymous), line 895 (search)
y for your market dues. And as to the rest, what do you wish to sell me? BOEOTIAN Why, everything. DICAEOPOLIS On what terms? For ready-money or in wares from these parts? BOEOTIAN I would take some Athenian produce, that we have not got in Boeotia. DICAEOPOLIS Phaleric anchovies, pottery? BOEOTIAN Anchovies, pottery? But these we have. I want produce that is wanting with us and that is plentiful here. DICAEOPOLIS Ah! I have the very thing; take away an Informer, packed up carefully alute had a bellows, made of dog-skin, much like the bagpipes of to-day. An informer. BOEOTIAN How small he is! DICAEOPOLIS But in his case the whole is one mass of ill-nature. NICARCHUS Whose are these goods? DICAEOPOLIS Mine; they come from Boeotia, I call Zeus to witness. NICARCHUS I denounce them as coming from an enemy's country. BOEOTIAN What! you declare war against birds? NICARCHUS And I am going to denounce you too. BOEOTIAN What harm have I done you? NICARCHUS I will say it fo