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Athens (Greece) (search for this): card 566
ress too, and the race of Erechtheus, were happy in children. Xuthus My son, the god has rightly brought about your discovery, and joined you to me; and you in turn have found your closest relationship, which you had not known before. And what you are rightly eager for is also my desire, that you, my boy, may find your mother, and I may find the woman who bore you to me. If we leave it to time, perhaps we may discover it. But abandon the god's precinct and your service of him, and come to Athens in agreement with your father, where his scepter awaits you, and abundant wealth; although you suffer from one of these two conditions, you will not be called ill-born and poor, but well-born and rich. You are silent? Why do you cast your eyes down to the earth? You have gone into deep thought, and your change from joy frightens your father. Ion Matters do not have the same appearance from far off as when seen close up. I welcome my fortune, finding my father in you. But hear, father, wha