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Aristophanes, Frogs (ed. Matthew Dillon), line 354 (search)
s seen and never has danced in the rites of the noble Muses Nor ever has been inducted into the Bacchic mysteries of beef-eating Cratinus Or who takes delight in foolish words when doing this is ill-timed, Whoever does not eliminate hateful factionalism, and is disagreeable to the citizens, but kindles and fans civil strife, in his thirst for private advantage: Whoever takes bribes when guiding the state through the midst of a storm Or betrays our forts or our ships, smuggles contraband from Aegina As Thorycion did, that wretched collector of taxes Sending pads and sails and pitch to Epidauros, Or persuades anyone to send supplies to the enemies' ships, Or defiles Hecate's shrine, while singing dithyrambs, Or any politician who bites off the pay of the poets For being ridiculed in the ancestral rites of Dionysus. All these I warn, and twice I warn, and thrice I warn again, stand aside from our mystical dances; but as for you: arouse the song and the night-long dances, that belong to ou