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of Themistocles holds good, who, when the Seriphian(9) reviled him and said that he owed his reputation not to himself, but to his country, replied: `Neither would I, if I had been a Seriphian, have become famous, nor would you, if you had been an Athenian.' And to those who are not wealthy, and who take old age hard, it may be said with equal reason that neither would the good man bear old age very easily along with poverty, nor would the wicked man by becoming rich ever be at peace with himself."
" Did you, Cephalus," said I, "inherit the bulk of your property, or did you acquire it?"
" How much did I acquire, do you say, Socrates?" he asked. "As a man of business I stand midway between my grandfather and my father. For my grandfather, whose namesake I am, inheriting about as much property as I now possess, increased its value many times, while my father Lysanias brought it down to still less than what it is now ; but I shall be content if I leave to my sons here not less, but a trifle more, than I inherited."
" The reason why I asked you," said I, "is that you did not seem to me to be unduly fond of money. And

9. Seriphos is an insignificant island in the Aegean sea. It is but a few hours from the promontory of Sunium, south of Ceos and Cythnos, and twenty-four miles southwest of Syra. According to Pliny its circuit is twelve miles.
J. Theodore Bent, in his work, The Cyclades, or Life ananng the Insular Greeks, published in 1885, gives an interesting account of this rocky island, its appearance, its folklore, the manners and customs of the people, and their superstitions.

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