Homer, Odyssey 3.69-70 May 15, 2012 ~ sententiaeantiquae ‘it is better to inquire about and ask guests who they are, after they have had the pleasure of eating’ νῦν δὴ κάλλιόν ἐστι μεταλλῆσαι καὶ ἐρέσθαι ξείνους, οἵ τινές εἰσιν, ἐπεὶ τάρπησαν ἐδωδῆς. Polyphemos ate first and asked questions later! Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailTumblrRedditPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Published by sententiaeantiquae Original translations of famous words from Ancient Greece and Rome View all posts by sententiaeantiquae
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