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T. Maccius Plautus, Aulularia, or The Concealed Treasure (ed. Henry Thomas Riley), act 3, scene 6 (search)
cures. He was fabled to have had three heads and three bodies, consequently six hands., whom were Argus to watch, who was eyes all over, that Juno once set as a spy upon Jupiter, he never could watch them; a music-girl besides, who could alone drink up for me the Corinthian fountain of PireneFountain of Pirene: Pirene, the daughter of AcheloĆ¼s, on Conchreas her son by Neptune being slain by Diana, pined away, and was changed into a fountain, which was in the Arx Corinthiacus, or Citadel of Corinth, and retained her name., if it were flowing with wine? And then as to provisions---- MEGADORUS Troth, there's enough for a procurerFor a procurer: Who might be presumed to have a voracious and ungovernable appetite, and probably a large household to satisfy. Some editions however, have "legioni," which would almost appear to be a preferable reading almost enough for a whole legion." even. I sent as much as a lamb. EUCLIO Than which lamb, I, indeed, know right well that there is nowhere a