So then Charicles gave a mina that he might not tell of him1
How he was his mother's first-born,—and her purse-born child at that.
Minas four he got from Nicias, son of rich Niceratus;
But the reason why he gave them, though I know it very well,
I'll not tell; the man's my friend, and I think him wise and true.
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1 From a play of unknown name. Kock, Com. Att. Frag. i. p. 219.
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