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pluck. But, dear lady, take this coronal for your golden hair from a worshipful hand. For I alone of mortals have this privilege: I spend my days with you and speak with you, I hear your voice but never see your face. May I end my life just as I have begun it! Servant Lord—for it is as gods that one should address one's mastersOr ‘Lord—for it is the gods one should call masters’. For a defense of the translation above, see M. L. West, CR 15 (1965) 156 and 16 (1966) 17 and D. Kovacs, CP 75 (1980) 136-7.—would you take a piece of good advice from me? Hippolytus Most certainly. Else I should not seem wise. Servant The rule observed by mortals—do you know it? Hippolytus No. What is the law you question me about? Servant To hate what's haughty and not friend to all. Hippolytus And rightly. Who that's haughty gives no pain? Servant And is there charm in affability? Hippolytus Yes, much, and profit too with little toil. Servant Do you think the same is true among