And Themistocles himself, they say, now become great and courted by many, said to his children, when a splendid table was once set for him:
‘My children, we should now have been undone, had we not been undone before.’
1 Three cities, as most writers say, were given him for bread, wine, and meat, namely: Magnesia, Lampsacus, and Myus; and two others are added by Neanthes of Cyzicus and by Phanias, namely: Percote and Palaescepsis; these for his bedding and raiment.
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