Historia social y política de Alemania by Antonio Ramos-Oliveira
By Antonio Ramos-Oliveira
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But mayest thou keep thine own possessions and be lord in thine own house! Never may that man come, who shall wrest from thee thy substance violently in thine own despite while Ithaca yet stands. But I would ask thee, friend, concerning the stranger--whence he is, and of what land he avows him to be? Where are his kin and his native fields? Doth he bear some tidings of thy father on his road, or cometh he thus to speed some matter of his own? ' Then wise Telemachus answered him, and said: 'Eurymachus, surely the day of my father's returning hath gone by.
And straightway he bade the clear-voiced heralds to call the long-haired Achaeans to the assembly. And the heralds called the gathering, and the Achaeans were assembled quickly. Now when they were gathered and come together, he went on his way to the assembly holding in his hand a spear of bronze,--not alone he went, for two swift hounds bare him company. Then Athene shed on him a wondrous grace, and all the people marvelled at him as he came. % Then the lord Aegyptus spake among them first; bowed was he with age, and skilled in things past number.