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I've brought you a man," and so the Academy added "with broad flat nails" to the definition.
Diogenes was captured by pirates while on voyage to Aegina and sold as a slave in Crete to a Corinthian named Xeniades.
Diogenes went to the Oracle at Delphi to ask for its advice and was told that he should "deface the currency".
Following the debacle in Sinope, Diogenes decided that the oracle meant that he should deface the political currency rather than actual coins.
There are stories stating he was set free after he became "a cherished member of the household", while one says he was set free almost immediately, and still another states that "he grew old and died at Xeniades's house in Corinth." A report that Philip II of Macedon was marching on the town had thrown all Corinth into a bustle; one was furbishing his arms, another wheeling stones, a third patching the wall, a fourth strengthening a battlement, every one making himself useful somehow or other.When Diogenes asked Antisthenes to mentor him, Antisthenes ignored him and reportedly "eventually beat him off with his staff".