The Greatest sage of Greece - Anacharsis

«Anacharsis, who had just gone ashore, was going up to the city. As a newcomer, and a barbarian, he experienced considerable confusion, and noticed that his clothes attracted derision; the Scythian did not meet anyone who could understand his language, and already regretted his journey and had fully intended, having looked upon Athens, to immediately board a ship and sail back home to Scythia.” Lucian "Scythian, or Friend in a foreign land»

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