The anchovy which is found in the sea at Athens, men despise on account of its abundance and say that it is a poor man's fish; but in other cities, they prize it above everything, even where it is far inferior to the Attic anchovy.



Author Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: Greek
Born: 279 BC
Died: 206 BC


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