His handiwork, tis said, can still be traced in some gigantic blocks that went to fortify yet more the walls that Byzas built.
If this property be land, however acquired, the natural thing is to build a wall around it, and this no doubt Byzas did too.
And ever bearing to the north, to that unknown region, with Byzas at the helm, the ship held on.
Here was the first settlement of Byzas that grew into an Acropolis, walled, and strongly held, the heart of a growing empire.
Gently, with reverence, Byzas placed his offerings upon the ground, turned and went his way without looking behind him.
No doubt Byzas dwelt somewhere about here, though the exact spot is possibly beyond the ken of the keenest archologist.
This money is very weighty, as forty Byzas make a porters burden.