Pausanias was succeeded by a son called Plistoanax; and he, by another Pausanias, who was banished,
and lived as a private man at Tegea; while his eldest son Agesipolis reigned in his place.
This was the work of the goddess Friga,- the first kiss exchanged by the lovers she watched over, banished
Winter from the land, and Spring came instead.
After a pause he spoke again, as if he had banished
the matter entirely from his mind.