Aulus Gellius 8.11
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How wittily Socrates responded to his wife Xanthippe when she asked him to spend more money on feasting during the Festival of Dionysus. (1)
- Only the title survives from this entry; for another story of Socrates and his wife Xanthippe, see Gell. 1.17 on this site.
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