Enter Simo and Sosia, followed by Servants carrying provisions.
Simo (to the Servants.) Do you carry those things away indoors; begone. (Beckoning to Sosia.) Sosia, just step here; I want a few words with you.
Sosia. Consider it as said; that these things are to be taken care of, I suppose.
Sim. No, it's another matter.
Sos. What is there that my ability can effect for you more than this?
Sim. There's no need of that ability in the matter which I have in hand; but of those qualities which I have ever known as existing in you, fidelity and secrecy.
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About the Author
Frederick Clayton was Professor of Classics at the University of Exeter. Matthew Leigh is Fellow and Tutor in Classics at St Anne's College, Oxford. He is author of 'Lucan: Spectacle and Engagement' (Oxford, 1997) and 'Comedy and the Rise of Rome' (Oxford, 2004).