The Least Corrupt Politician — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE


Aelian, Varia Historia 14.28 “Someone rebuked the politician Pytheas because he was corrupt. He did not deny the fact, since his own knowledge would not allow it. But he responded that he was corrupt for the least amount of times of any the the politicians in Athens. He clearly thought it was a big deal […]

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