. . . for where dread is, there also is reverence.And Homer says2:
Revered art thou by me, dear father-in-law, andand
Without a word, in dread of their leaders.3For by the multitude reverence is most apt to be felt towards those whom they also fear. For this reason, too, the Lacedaemonians erected a temple to Fear alongside the mess-hall of the ephors, after they had endowed this magistracy with almost absolute powers.