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Updated: 4/27/2020
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  • As if you don't know! The marriage? I cannot let this go!
  • Oh all the misery that just happened! Because I left my son in the hands of Geta, so much trouble has arose! Where is Antipho!?
  • What's the matter? What happened?
  • Oh be quiet. He should have defended himself!
  • Antipho maybe deserve a punishment, but what if someone played a sly trick on him?
  • (aside) "ni nossem causam, crederem vera hunc loqui."
  • Geta... Now you show yourself. How could you after I trusted you! You could have given a dowry with a loan or represented yourself at court to prevent this!
  • No master, you are wrong. You needed to be here to approve of a dowry with the loan, and since I am a slave, I cannot testify in court.
  • No, Geta.I have had a lot of experience. "Quo magis novi, tanto saepius." They wont come after the harmful birds, if they do they would be wasting their time.
  • I think I have formulated a plan, Geta. Bring Demphio to me.
  • Are you sure, Phormio? Thank you, you are brave, but I worry your bravery will bring harm your way.
  • Demphio denies any connection to Stilpho? The girl is poor, in bad shape, and disowned. "vide avaritia quid facit!"
  • Ok, now I will make him mad. you must pretend to be made at me.
  • Don't you dare accuse my master of such things!
  • If you touch her in the slightest, I will file a lawsuit on you. "dixi, Demphio."
  • Im furious with you! If you don't take the girl away, I will throw her out myself! "dixi, Phormio."
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