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and honour from the earth, or be utterly neglected and become of no account.
Zeus explains that a debate is going to take place between a Stoic, Timocles, and an Epicurean, Damis, on Providence ; and there is reason to think that the latter, who is attacking the gods, will win.
Heva. This is really a serious matter ; your ranting was not so uncalled for, Zeus.
Hevm. My opinion is that an assembly be summoned and the community taken into counsel.
Heva. And I concur.
Ath. Sire, I dissent entirely ; you should not fill Heaven with apprehensions, nor let your own uneasiness be visible, but take private measures to assure Timocles's victory and Damis's being laughed out of court.
Hevm. It cannot be kept quiet, Zeus ; the philosophers' debate is public, and you will be accused of despotic methods, if you maintain reserve on a matter of so great and general interest.
Zeus. Make proclamation and summon all, then. I approve your judgement.
Hevm. Here, assemble, all ye gods ; don't waste time, come along, here you are ; we are going to have an important meeting.
Zeus. Good, Hermes ; see, here they come pell-mell ; now receive and place them in correct precedence, according to their material or workmanship ; gold in the front row, silver next, then the ivory ones, then those of stone or bronze. A cross-division will give precedence to the creations of Phidias, Alcamenes, Myron, Euphranor,I and artists of that calibre, while the common inartistic jobs can be huddled together in the far corner, hold their tongues, and just make up the rank and file of our assembly.
Hevm. All right ; they shall have their proper places. But

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