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Plutarch, Dinner Of The Seven Wise Men, 149d


nanbut the rest of its body was that of a horse. Neiloxenus merely exclaimed, "God save us," and turned his face away; but Thales fixed his gaze upon the youth for a long time, and then, with a smile (for he was in the habit of joking with me about my profession), said, "No doubt, Diocles, you are minded to set in operation your ritual of atonement, and to trouble the gods who deliver us from evil, since you must feel that something terrible and momentous has befallen?" "Why not?" saidI, "since this thing is a sign of strife and discord, Thales, and Ifear that it may go so far as to affect even marriage and offspring, because, even before we have made full atonement for the first fault that moved the goddess to wrath, she plainly shows us, as you see, that there is a second.


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