‘Payment pledged to a man who is dear must be ample and certain.’1 At any rate, this is what Aristotle the philosopher says,2 and Euripides,3 when he has Hippolytus addressed as ‘nursling of the pure and holy Pittheus,’ shows what the world thought of Pittheus.
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