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T. Maccius Plautus, Rudens, or The Fisherman's Rope (ed. Henry Thomas Riley), act 3, scene 4 (search)
the less to be free? LABRAX What--free? TRACHALIO Aye, and your mistresses, too, i' faith, and from genuine GreeceGenuine Greece: Perhaps in contradistinction to Sicily, which was only colonized by Greeks.; for one of them was born at Athens of free-born parents. DÆM. What is it I hear from you? TRACHALIO That she pointing to PALÆSTRA was born at Athens, a free-born woman. DÆM. to TRACHALIO. Prithee is she a countrywoman of mine? TRACHALIO Are you not a Cyrenian? DÆM. No; born at Athens in Attica, bred and educated there. TRACHALIO Prithee, aged sir, do protect your countrywomen. DÆM. aside. O daughter, when I look on her, separated from me you remind me of my miseries: aloud she who was lost by me when three years old; now, if she is living, she's just about as tall, I'm sure, as she. Pointing to PALÆSTRA. LABRAX I paid the money down for these two, to their owners, of whatever country they were. What matters it to me whether they were born at Athens or at Thebes, so long as they ar<