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[18] They are also more ashamed of things that are done before their eyes and in broad daylight; whence the proverb, The eyes are the abode of shame.1 That is why they feel more ashamed before those who are likely to be always with them or who keep watch upon them,
because in both cases they are under the eyes of others.

1 Euripides, Cresphontes: αἰδὼς ἐν ὀφθαλμοῖσι γίγνεται, τέκνονT.G.F. frag. 457).

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