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! you will make a most profitable venture.” Euelpides I shall buy a trading-vessel and go to sea. I will not stay with you. Pisthetaerus You will discover treasures to them, which were buried in former times, for you know them. Do not all men say, “None knows where my treasure lies, unless perchance it be some bird.” Euelpides I shall sell my boat and buy a spade to unearth the vessels. Leader of the Chorus And how are we to give them health, which belongs to the gods? Pisthetaerus If they are happy, is not that the chief thing towards health? The miserable man is never well. Leader of the Chorus Old Age also dwells in Olympus. How will they get at it? Must they die in early youth? Pisthetaerus Why, the birds, by Zeus, will add three hundred years to their life. Leader of the Chorus From whom will they take them? Pisthetaerus From whom? Why, from themselves. Don't you know the cawing crow lives five times as long as a man? Euelpides Ah! ah! these are far better kings for us than