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Delphi (Greece) (search for this): card 1264
They all enter the house of Demos. Chorus singing What fitter theme for our Muse, at the close as at the beginning of our work, than this, to sing the hero who drives his swift steeds down the arena? Why afflict Lysistratus with our satires on his poverty, and Thumantis, who has not so much as a lodging? He is dying of hunger and can be seen at Delphi, his face bathed in tears, clinging to your quiver, oh, Apollo! and supplicating you to take him out of his misery.
Lycia (Turkey) (search for this): card 1231
y and I shall soon see whether you are indeed the man whom the god intended. Firstly, what school did you attend when a child? Sausage-Seller It was in the kitchens, where I was taught with cuffs and blows. Cleon What's that you say? aside Ah! this is truly what the oracle said. To the Sausage-Seller And what did you learn from the master of exercises? Sausage-Seller I learnt to take a false oath without a smile, when I had stolen something. Cleon frightened; aside Oh! Phoebus Apollo, god of Lycia! I am undone! To the Sausage-Seller And when you had become a man, what trade did you follow? Sausage-Seller I sold sausages and did a bit of fornication. Cleon in consternation; asideOh! my god! I am a lost man! Ah! still one slender hope remains.to the Sausage-Seller Tell me, was it on the market-place or near the gates that you sold your sausages? Sausage-Seller Near the gates, in the market for salted goods. Cleon In tragic despair Alas! I see the prophecy of the god is verily come true.
Greece (Greece) (search for this): card 1231
place or near the gates that you sold your sausages? Sausage-Seller Near the gates, in the market for salted goods. Cleon In tragic despair Alas! I see the prophecy of the god is verily come true. Alas! roll me home. I am a miserable ruined man. Farewell, my chaplet. 'Tis death to me to part with you. So you are to belong to another; 'tis certain he cannot be a greater thief, but perhaps he may be a luckier one.He gives the chaplet to the Sausage-Seller. Sausage-Seller Oh! Zeus, protector of Greece! 'tis to you I owe this victory! Chorus Hail! illustrious conqueror, but forget not, that if you have become a great man, 'tis thanks to me; I ask but a little thing; appoint me secretary of the law-court in the room of Phanus. Demos to the Sausage-Seller But what is your name then? Tell me. Sausage-Seller My name is Agoracritus, because I have always lived on the agora in the midst of lawsuits. Demos Well then, Agoracritus, I stand by you; as for the Paphlagonian, I hand him over to your me
Pylos (Greece) (search for this): card 1191
are some people coming to seek me. They are envoys, bearing sacks bulging with money. Cleon Hearing money mentioned Cleon turns his head, and the Sausage-Seller seizes the opportunity to snatch away the stewed hare. Where, where, I say? Sausage-Seller Bah! What's that to you? Will you not even now let the strangers alone? Dear Demos, do you see this stewed hare which I bring you? Cleon Ah! rascal! you have shamelessly robbed me. Sausage-Seller You have robbed too, you robbed the Laconians at Pylos. Demos Please tell me, how did you get the idea to filch it from him? Sausage-Seller The idea comes from the goddess; the theft is all my own. Cleon And I had taken such trouble to catch this hare and I was the one who had it cooked. Demos to Cleon Get you gone! My thanks are only for him who served it. Cleon Ah! wretch! you have beaten me in impudence! Sausage-Seller Well then, Demos, say now, who has treated you best, you and your stomach? Decide! Demos How shall I act here so that the spe
Pylos (Greece) (search for this): card 1151
of men, it will be because I am the most disgusted. Cleon Putting down the bench for Demos Look! I am the first to bring you a seat. Sausage-Seller And I a table. He places his sausage-tray in front of Demos Cleon Wait, here is a cake kneaded of Pylos barley. Sausage-Seller Here are crusts, which the ivory hand of the goddess has hallowed. Demos Oh! Mighty Athena! How large are your fingers! Cleon This is pea-soup, as exquisite as it is fine; Pallas the victorious goddess at Pylos is the one wPylos is the one who crushed the peas herself. Sausage-Seller Oh, Demos! the goddess watches over you; she is stretching forth over your head ... a stew-pan full of broth. Demos And should we still be dwelling in this city without this protecting stew-pan? Cleon Here are some fish, given to you by her who is the terror of our foes. Sausage-Seller The daughter of the mightiest of the gods sends you this meat cooked in its own gravy, along with this dish of tripe and some paunch. Demos That's to thank me for the p
Ecbatana (Iran) (search for this): card 1060
against the snares of the greedy fist. Demos Of what greedy fist? Sausage-Seller The god in this oracle very clearly points to the hand of Cleon, who incessantly holds his out, saying, “Fill it.” Cleon That's a lie! Phoebus means the hand of Diopeithes. But here I have a winged oracle, which promises you shall become an eagle and rule over all the earth. Sausage-Seller I have one, which says that you shall be King of the Earth and of the Red Sea too, and that you shall administer justice in Ecbatana, eating fine rich stews the while. Cleon I have seen Athena in a dream, pouring out full vials of riches and health over the people. Sausage-Seller I too have seen the goddess, descending from the Acropolis with an owl perched upon her helmet; on your head she was pouring out ambrosia, on that of Cleon garlic pickle. Demos Truly Glanis is the wisest of men. I shall yield myself to you; guide me in my old age and educate me anew. Cleon Ah! I adjure you! not yet; wait a little; I will promise
urther oracle, by which Apollo puts you on your guard against the snares of the greedy fist. Demos Of what greedy fist? Sausage-Seller The god in this oracle very clearly points to the hand of Cleon, who incessantly holds his out, saying, “Fill it.” Cleon That's a lie! Phoebus means the hand of Diopeithes. But here I have a winged oracle, which promises you shall become an eagle and rule over all the earth. Sausage-Seller I have one, which says that you shall be King of the Earth and of the Red Sea too, and that you shall administer justice in Ecbatana, eating fine rich stews the while. Cleon I have seen Athena in a dream, pouring out full vials of riches and health over the people. Sausage-Seller I too have seen the goddess, descending from the Acropolis with an owl perched upon her helmet; on your head she was pouring out ambrosia, on that of Cleon garlic pickle. Demos Truly Glanis is the wisest of men. I shall yield myself to you; guide me in my old age and educate me anew. Cleon A
Athens (Greece) (search for this): card 1014
bite my tool. Sausage-Seller “Son of Erechtheus, beware of this Cerberus that enslaves free men; he fawns upon you with his tail when you are dining, but he is lying in wait to devour your dishes should you turn your head an instant; at night he sneaks into the kitchen and, true dog that he is, licks up with one lap of his tongue both your dishes and ... the islands.” Demos By god, Glanis, you speak better than your brother. Cleon Condescend again to hear me and then judge:“A woman in sacred Athens will be delivered of a lion, who shall fight for the people against clouds of gnats with the same ferocity as if he were defending his whelps; care ye for him, erect wooden walls around him and towers of brass.”Do you understand that? Demos Not the least bit in the world. Cleon The god tells you here to look after me, for I am your lion. Demos How! You have become a lion and I never knew a thing about it? Sausage-Seller There is only one thing which he purposely keeps from you; he does not
Pylos (Greece) (search for this): card 1014
ders. But to fight! Go to! he would empty his bowels before he would ever fight. Cleon Note this Pylos in front of Pylos, of which the oracle speaks, “Pylos is before Pylos.” Demos How “in front of Pld empty his bowels before he would ever fight. Cleon Note this Pylos in front of Pylos, of which the oracle speaks, “Pylos is before Pylos.” Demos How “in front of Pylos”? What does he mean by that?ld empty his bowels before he would ever fight. Cleon Note this Pylos in front of Pylos, of which the oracle speaks, “Pylos is before Pylos.” Demos How “in front of Pylos”? What does he mean by that?ld empty his bowels before he would ever fight. Cleon Note this Pylos in front of Pylos, of which the oracle speaks, “Pylos is before Pylos.” Demos How “in front of Pylos”? What does he mean by that?ld empty his bowels before he would ever fight. Cleon Note this Pylos in front of Pylos, of which the oracle speaks, “Pylos is before Pylos.” Demos How “in front of Pylos
Athens (Greece) (search for this): card 997
s. Demos Come, let us see, whose are these oracles? Cleon Mine are those of Bacis. Demos to the Sausage-Seller And whose are yours? Sausage-Seller without hesitating Glanis's, the elder brother of Bacis. Demos And of what do they speak? Cleon Of Athens and Pylos and you and me and everything. Demos And yours? Sausage-Seller Of Athens and lentils and Lacedaemonians and fresh mackerel and scoundrelly flour-sellers and you and me. Ah! ha! now watch him gnaw his own tool with chagrin! Demos Come, ryours? Sausage-Seller without hesitating Glanis's, the elder brother of Bacis. Demos And of what do they speak? Cleon Of Athens and Pylos and you and me and everything. Demos And yours? Sausage-Seller Of Athens and lentils and Lacedaemonians and fresh mackerel and scoundrelly flour-sellers and you and me. Ah! ha! now watch him gnaw his own tool with chagrin! Demos Come, read them out to me and especially that one I like so much, which says that I shall become an eagle and soar among the clouds.
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