The temple of the goddess Isis. Clemens, from the temple in which he had dined, returned home where he caught sight of a friend.
Clemens! Clemens! Your shop is on fire! Eutychus and the robber ripped off the doors, have broken the glass and burned the shop. Run away! Eutychus wants to kill you.
No! I do not want to flee!
Clemens was not afraid.
"Didn't I warn you about the streets. Don't you have friends whom you can call? Why were your friends not their? Maybe their wiser than you!
Clemens did not flee, but hurried as quickly as possible to the shop
Eutychus was cackling
Clemens with the greatest tranquility responded
My friends may be gone, but I can look after the gods. The gods are often punish wicked souls.
Four Egyptians were approaching Clemens
Eutychus was angry, he gave a signal to the robbers.
In the streets Clemens stood in which he was deserted. The shopkeepers were watching through the doors of their shop with fear. All were unwilling deserting Clemens, as soon as Eutychus and the robbers arrive.
A sacred cat went out from the temple of Isis and approached Clemens