But when the pride of their strength arose they shook the hills with their heels.
"A hundred voices at once arose, a hundred harps were strung.
Shall we, after the manner of Homer, pray the Muses to tell us `how discord first arose'?
When discord arose, then the two races were drawn different ways: the iron and brass fell to acquiring money and land and houses and gold and silver; but the gold and silver races, not wanting money but having the true riches in their own nature, inclined towards virtue and the ancient order of things.
Considering the difficulties which men have had to hold to a newly acquired state, some might wonder how, seeing that Alexander the Great became the master of Asia in a few years, and died whilst it was scarcely settled (whence it might appear reasonable that the whole empire would have rebelled), nevertheless his successors maintained themselves, and had to meet no other difficulty than that which arose among themselves from their own ambitions.
Hence arose those frequent rebellions against the Romans in Spain, France, and Greece, owing to the many principalities there were in these states, of which, as long as the memory of them endured, the Romans always held an insecure possession; but with the power and long continuance of the empire the memory of them passed away, and the Romans then became secure possessors.
We must suppose, then, that Socrates's mistake arose
from the principle he set out with being false; we admit, indeed, that both a family and a city ought to be one in some particulars, but not entirely; for there is a point beyond which if a city proceeds in reducing itself to one, it will be no longer a city.
And now, at a signal from Ozma, the Woggle-Bug arose
and addressed the jury.
A dog that had been sleeping in the roadway arose
--This had Zarathustra spoken to his heart when the sun arose
: then looked he inquiringly aloft, for he heard above him the sharp call of his eagle.