That's all they car about. How to get peace - they don't give a damn about thataE (14).
Immediately, the reader senses some vexation coming from Dikaiopolis towards the Assembly. He is obviously not happy about the way people were treating their right to a voice in matters concerning the state. Finally, at midday the Athenians begin pouring into the Pnyx. The first to speak is Ampitheus. However, he is immediately seized by the guards because he claimed that "the gods have commissioned him to make peace with the SpartansaE (15). Surprisingly, Ampitheus is "Doubly DivineaE - meaning he is immortal (14). Immediately the reader's attention is brought upon the treatment of gods by the humans. The Assembly, or rather the Executive, seems to completely disregard his offer thus showing that they had no fear of the supposed wrath of the gods. Were the Athenians no longer afraid of higher beings Apparently not. This is an example of how the relationship of humans to the gods had changed over the years. For instance, in ancient Egyptian times, the people considered the gods to be in charge of everything. Contrastingly, in ancient Greek times, the people, by disregarding