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Enter STROBIOUS, carrying the pot of gold.

Lyconides, I bring you my findings that I promised--the four pound pot of gold; have I been long?

Why, yes. He takes some of the gold out of the pot. O immortal Gods, what do I behold? Or what is it I hold? More than six hundred Philippean pieces, three or four times over. But let's call out Euclio forthwith.

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