‘A prince of talkers, but in speaking most incapable.’And there is extant a certain speech written by Phaeax2 ‘Against Alcibiades,’ wherein, among other things, it is written that the city's numerous ceremonial utensils of gold and silver were all used by Alcibiades at his regular table as though they were his own.
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