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Athens (Greece) (search for this): act 2, scene 6
master's business than if he were not in his service. For sure she really is now here in-doors in the house, for I myself found her just now lying down in our house. I am resolved now to employ myself in watching. Places himself against the CAPTAIN'S door. Enter PERIPLECOMENUS from his house. PERIPLECOMENUS Faith, but these men here, these servants of my neighbour the Captain, take me not to be a man, but a woman, so much do they trifle with me. My lady guest, who came here yesterday from Athens with the gentleman, my guest, is she to be mauled about and made fun of here in the street--a lady, free-born and free? SCELEDRUS aside. By my troth, I'm undone. He's coming in a straight line up towards me. I fear that this matter may cause me great trouble, so far as I have heard this old gentleman speak. PERIPLECOMENUS I'll up to this fellow. Was it you, Sceledrus, source of mischief, that were just now making fun of my lady guest before the house? SCELEDRUS Good neighbour, listen, I beg.
Thornton (United Kingdom) (search for this): act 2, scene 6
se and look: you'll soon see. SCELEDRUS May I go? PERIPLECOMENUS Why, I command you; go and examine at your leisure. SCELEDRUS I am determined to do so. Goes into the house of PERIPLECOMENUS. PERIPLECOMENUS probably looking up to a window in the CAPTAIN'S house. Ho! PhilocomasiumPhilocomasium: Directly Sceledrus turns his back, the old man calls out for Philocomasium, who is supposed at that moment to be in the Captain's house. How he does so is somewhat of a mystery to the Commentators. Thornton, in his translation, suggests that he calls through the window, where it is natural to imagine that Philocomasium might be stationed within hearing to observe all that passed. He could hardly, however, call "through" the window of the ground floor, as these were generally more than six feet from the ground; and, indeed, there were rarely any windows at all on the basement. It is most likely that Philocomasium is hidden behind the "clatri" or "lattice" of the window in her room on the first-