Condé Nast Traveler (February 2014)

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I told her not to grieve, that the war would soon be over now the cavalry had gone out; but she shook her head. I said, "I expect you feel more easily frightened than at other times; but don't give way to it; I am here to look after you. " She looked at me, and started to laugh; but this brought on her weeping again, and she went away. 7 father at departing had freed Midas ahead of his promise, as a dedication to Apollo. Old Sostias was now supposed to keep an eye on me; but I had grown a good deal lately, in height and in other ways.

Then I felt that he was apologising for me, because anyone could see I should never be as big as he was; I remembered how he had wanted to expose me at my birth; so as soon as it was civil, I took my leave. I was kindling my torch at a fire that was burning near the statue of the Twins, when a man, who had just come down from the temple, walked up to me. He had his helmet off, and turning with my torch alight I saw that it was Lysis. I had seen him before in armour, exercising with the horsemen; he looked very well in it.

He stood for a moment, so that I almost thought he had come out on purpose to speak to me; but he only said, "Good," and went back up the steps again. Next day no more had been heard of the enemy, and the troops went home. The next storm to shake the City concerned Alkibiades. His sail had scarcely dropped under the horizon before the informers crept out. The tale of the Eleusis party was told in full. Even the woman, whose role it would be unholy to hint at (let the Twice-Born guess; they will be right), was found and induced to testify.

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