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Epops Are you calling me? What do you want of me? Leader of the Chorus Who are they? From what country? Epops Strangers, who have come from Greece, the land of the wise. Leader of the Chorus And what fate has led them hither to the land of the birds? Epops Their love for you and their wish to share your kind of life; to dwell and remain with you always. Leader of the Chorus Indeed, and what are their plans? Epops They are wonderful, incredible, unheard of. Leader of the Chorus Why, do they think to see some advantage that determines them to settle here? Are they hoping with our help to triumph over their foes or to be useful to their friends? Epops They speak of benefits so great it is impossible either to describe or conceive them; all shall be yours, all that we see here, there, above and below us; this they vouch for. Leader of the Chorus Are they mad? Epops They are the sanest people in the world. Leader of the Chorus Clever men? Epops The slyest of foxes, cleverness