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thrust the bolt home into the staple, and to keep this beam in its place roll that great mortar against it. Quick's the word. Sosias Oh! my god! whence did this brick fall on me? Bdelycleon Perhaps a rat loosened it. Xanthias A rat? it's surely our gutter-judge, who has crept beneath the tiles of the roof. Bdelycleon Ah! woe to us! there he is, he has turned into a sparrow; he will be flying off. Where is the net? where? Shoo! shoo! get back! Ah! by Zeus! I would rather have to guard Scione than such a father. Sosias And now that we have driven him in thoroughly and he can no longer escape without our knowledge, can we not have a few winks of sleep, no matter how few? Bdelycleon Why, wretch! the other jurymen will be here almost directly to summon my father! Sosias Why, it's scarcely dawn yet! Bdelycleon Ah, they must have risen late to-day. Generally it is the middle of the night when they come to fetch him. They arrive here, carrying lanterns in their hands and singing t
Ithaca (Greece) (search for this): card 183
Bdelycleon Who, who? Let's see. Why it's he! What does this mean? Who are you? Come, speak! Philocleon I am Noman. Bdelycleon Noman? Of what country? Philocleon Of Ithaca, son of Apodrasippides. Bdelycleon Ha! Mister Noman, you will not laugh presently. Pull him out quick. Ah! the wretch, where has he crept to? Does he not resemble a she-ass to the life? Philocleon If you do not leave me in peace, I shall sue. Bdelycleon And what will the suit be about? Philocleon The shade of an ass. Bdelycleon You are a poor man of very little wit, but thoroughly brazen. Philocleon A poor man! Ah! by Zeus! you know not now what I am worth; but you will know when you disembowel the old Heliast's money-bag. Bdelycleon Come, get back indoors, both you and your ass. Philocleon Oh! my brethren of the tribunal! oh! Cleon! to the rescue! Bdelycleon Go and bawl in there under lock and key. And you there, pile plenty of stones against the door, thrust the bolt home into the staple, and to kee