The counsel for the defence tries to reply; but Aeacus, who is the soul of justice, will not have it.
In Aegina, Hypereides and the others had been taken from the shrine of Aeacus.
You might have imagined them to be Minos, Aeacus, and Rhadamanthus, at the age when they played at leap-frog.
He is handed over to Caligula, and Caligula makes him a present to Aeacus.
Then Aeacus decreed he should rattle dice for ever in a box with no bottom.
With these words he moved the heart of Patroclus, who set off running by the line of the ships to Achilles, descendant of Aeacus.
Evidently we are to infer that there is no admission for blear eyes in the kingdom of Aeacus.
Aeacus (Ae′acus), one of the judges of hell, with Minos and Rhadamanthus.
Aeacus delivers him to his freedman Menander, to be his law-clerk.
Rhadamanthus shall judge those who come from Asia, and Aeacus those who come from Europe.