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Cyprus (Cyprus) (search for this): act 2, scene 2
hing at all to you in comparison to obliging him; besides, they say that you are setting out for Cyprus---- SANNIO (aside.) Hah! SYRUS That you have been buying up many things to take thither; and tha'd me to a hair." Several women have been purchased, and other things as well, for me to take to Cyprus. To take to Cyprus: He alludes to a famous slave-market held in the Isle of Cyprus, whither mercCyprus: He alludes to a famous slave-market held in the Isle of Cyprus, whither merchants carried slaves for sale, after buying them up in all parts of Greece. If I don't get there to the fair, my loss will, be very great. Then if I postpone this business, and settle it when I come bCyprus, whither merchants carried slaves for sale, after buying them up in all parts of Greece. If I don't get there to the fair, my loss will, be very great. Then if I postpone this business, and settle it when I come back from there, it will be of no use; the matter will be quite forgotten. "Come at last?" they'll say. "Why did you delay it? Where have you been?" So that I had better lose it altogether than either n the words, and understands them as alluding to Sannio's calculation of his expected profits at Cyprus. up what you calculate will be your profits? SANNIO Is this honorable of him? Ought Aeschinus t