Peisistratos continued to write exercises, and a second letter from Pisistratus was followed by the trap-bat.
However, we do not hesitate to reject the devil and to accept Pisistratus.
Presently Menelaus took Telemachus and Pisistratus into the house, and they both of them sat down to table.
Pisistratus understands: the father is like the hurdygurdy, at once dead and living.
Then they lifted the heifer's head from off the ground, and Pisistratus cut her throat.
"Pisistratus, you are as great an agitator as your namesake," cried my father, smiling.
The wise Pisistratus had invented penalties—Cimon offered encouragement—to idleness.
Pisistratus, you are heir to my name now, as to your father's.
The Athenians at this time had recently expelled Hippias, the son of Pisistratus, the last of their tyrants.
Abroad, the ambition of Pisistratus, though not extensive, was successful.