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A PRINCE OF NEUROTICS : AELIUS ARISTIDES

and the foreigner told me to refrain from bathing and to keep an attendant by me all to-morrow. No bathing, and an apez-ient followed by relief.
The following day I thought that I was in the arcade before the temple, when a friend met me and embraced me and was very friendly, as though it was long since he had seen me. I said to him that I had been in discomfort. We went inside, and stopping by the statues of Good Fortune and The Good Genius continued our talk. Seeing a temple servant I asked him where the priest was, and he said, ` Behind the shrine ; for the custodian was busy with the sacred lamps and was bringing back the keys.' Meanwhile the temple had been locked, but so as to leave an entrance and a view of the interior. I went to the door and saw in the place of the regular statue another one with downcast eyes. I was surprised and was looking for the old statue when some one brought it to me. I seemed not quite to recognize it, but I worshipped it earnestly. After this we went round and met the priest, and I began to address him as follows: 'When I was in Smyrna I had a dream of talking to you about the temple, and, thinking that it was too important a matter for me, I said nothing. But I have lately had a dream on the same subject.' At the same time I meant to speak to him about restoring the statue to its old place. As I was walking about, one of my sandals fell off, and the priest picked it up and brought it to me. The compliment pleased me, and wishing to return it and to greet him I bent down and took the sandal. Thereupon a bull attacked me just by the Hearing Place = of the god. I was frightened and tried to protect myself, but he went straight and gored me under the right knee. Dr. Theodotus took a lancet and cleansed the wound, so that I was going to say to him, 'You have made it a sore'. That was my dream. And a sore like a boil did come under my right knee, and seemed to relieve the upper part of my body.

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