First let us offer prayers to Zeus, the royal son of Cronus,Solon, Fragm. 31 (Bergk) In philosophy, he cultivated chiefly the domain of political ethics, like most of the wise men of the time; and in physics, he is very simple and antiquated, as is clear from the following verses:—
That he may give these laws of ours success and fame.
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