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  • Hahaha look at what we have here! Let us crown him with this wreath of roses.
  • Haha we should take him to King Midas.
  • Oh no! You poor thing let me give you fresh clothes and something to eat. Then I shall return you to your home.
  • Thank you for returning Silenus. In return I will grant you one wish.
  • I wish for everything I touch to become gold.
  • I am already rich, but why not become richer?
  • Silenus, the merriest follower of Bacchus, was found sleeping behind a rose bush in a land called Phrygia. He had been drunk on wine. Some of the people found him and crowned him with a wreath of roses as a joke. They then brought him to King Midas.
  • I cannot put food in my mouth and I have even turned my own daughter into gold. I cannot bear this anymore!
  • I can see that you have been punished enough. Go to the River Pactolus and wash. The curse will be lifted then.
  • King Midas kindly gave him clean clothes and food. He then brought him back to Bacchus, the Wine-god​.
  • Bacchus, I cannot stand this anymore! Please remove this curse.
  • Because of the king's good deed, Bacchus agreed to grant him any wish. Midas, being the dull-headed fellow he is, wished for everything he touched to become gold. His wish was granted​.
  • It worked, the curse is lifted!
  • When Midas returned to his palace everything he touched became gold as he had wished, but so did his daughter. He had then realized his mistake.
  • The king returned to Bacchus and pleaded for this curse to be lifted. Bacchus would have punished Midas for this, but he realized that the king had been punished enough. He told him to go to the River Pactolus and wash.
  • Midas went to the river and he instantly noticed that the trail of gold he had made was turned back, and so were his clothes. The water, however, remained golden. Midas returned to his now warm and lively daughter and they went to admire some flowers.
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