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Aristophanes, Birds (ed. Eugene O'Neill, Jr.), line 967 (search)
Oracle-Monger “But when the wolves and the white crows shall dwell together between Corinth and Sicyon ...” Pisthetaerus But how do the Corinthians concern me? Oracle-Monger It is the regions of the air that Bacis indicates in this manner. “They must first sacrifice a white-fleeced goat to Pandora, and give the prophet who first reveals my words a good cloak and new sandals.” Pisthetaerus Does it say sandals there? Oracle-Monger Look at the book. “And besides this a goblet of wine and a good share of the entrails of the victim.” Pisthetaerus Of the entrails —does it say that? Oracle-Monger Look at the book. “If you do as I command, divine youth, you shall be an eagle among the clouds; if not, you shall be neither turtle-dove, nor eagle, nor woodpecker.” Pisthetaerus Does it say all that? Oracle-Monger Look at the book. Pisthetaerus This oracle in no sort of way resembles the one Apollo dictated to me: “If an impostor comes without invitation to annoy you duri