Then Alcibiades said to me with a lisp, said he,
‘Cwemahk Theocwus? What a cwaven's head he has!’
That lisp of Alcibiades hit the mark for once!
’ 1 And Archippus, ridiculing the son of Alcibiades, says:
He walks with utter wantonness, trailing his long robe behind him, that he may be thought the very picture of his father, yes, He slants his neck awry, and overworks the lisp.2