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THE SOPHISTS : POLEMON AND HERODES ATTICUS

to apply in his lifetime the following prophetic line to his house,

One fool methinks is left in the wide house.
At death he gave his son his mother's inheritance, but transferred his own property to other heirs. This seemed inhuman to the Athenians, who did not appreciate his attitude to his adopted children, whom he honoured as if they were his own, because they were honourable, upright, noble, studious, and worthy of the education which he had given them. He erected statues of them in, after, and before the act of hunting, some in copses, some in the fields, some at springs or under the shade of plane trees, not out of sight but with curses against one who mutilated or removed the likenesses of individuals whom he would not have honoured so highly, if he had not known that they deserved praise. When the Quintilii were governors of Greece they criticized his extravagant conduct in erecting these statues. ` What does it matter to you,' he replied, ` if I amuse myself with my little marbles ?'
His quarrel with the Quintilii began, it is commonly held, over a difference of opinion with them about the music at the Pythian festival : others attribute it to a jesting remark which Herodes made to Marcus Aurelius about them. They were Trojans, and seeing them highly honoured by the emperor Herodes said, ` I blame the Homeric Zeus too for his affection for the Trojans.' But the real reason was the following. When the Quintilii were joint governors of Greece the Athenians invited them to an assembly where they stated that Herodes treated Athens despotically, and begged that their complaint might be conveyed to the emperor's ears. The Quintilii were impressed by the popular outcry and eagerly forwarded what they had heard. Herodes then declared that they were intriguing and stirring up the Athenians against him. For after that meeting a number of political opponents of Herodes, of

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