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reappear to your gaze, admirable, worthy of the songs of the poets and the home of the illustrious Demos. Leader of the Chorus Oh! noble, brilliant Athens, whose brow is wreathed with violets, show us the sovereign master of this land and of all Greece.Demos comes from his house, rejuvenated and joyous. Sausage-Seller Lo! here he is coming with his hair held in place with a golden band and in all the glory of his old-world dress; perfumed with myrrh, he spreads around him not the odor of lawsued with violets, show us the sovereign master of this land and of all Greece.Demos comes from his house, rejuvenated and joyous. Sausage-Seller Lo! here he is coming with his hair held in place with a golden band and in all the glory of his old-world dress; perfumed with myrrh, he spreads around him not the odor of lawsuits, but that of peace. Leader of the Chorus Hail! King of Greece, we congratulate you upon the happiness you enjoy; it is worthy of this city, worthy of the glory of Marathon.
Athens (Greece) (search for this): card 1316
the theater to chant the Paean of thanksgiving to the gods for a fresh favour. Leader of the Chorus Oh! torch of sacred Athens, saviour of the Islands, what good tidings are we to celebrate by letting the blood of the victims flow in our market-plao beauty. Leader of the Chorus I admire your inventive genius; but, where is he? Sausage-Seller He is living in ancient Athens, the city of the garlands of violets. Leader of the Chorus How I should like to see him! What is his dress like, what hitiades. But you will judge for yourselves, for I hear the vestibule doors opening. Hail with your shouts of gladness the Athens of old, which now doth reappear to your gaze, admirable, worthy of the songs of the poets and the home of the illustrious Demos. Leader of the Chorus Oh! noble, brilliant Athens, whose brow is wreathed with violets, show us the sovereign master of this land and of all Greece.Demos comes from his house, rejuvenated and joyous. Sausage-Seller Lo! here he is coming with