Euripides’ Sciron (E.49)

Satyrs, led as usual by their ‘father’ Silenus,
are in servitude to Sciron;
they tended, not their master’s animals for his enjoyment,
but passers-by whom they lured with prostitutes

Sciron then killed these unfortunate men
until Theseus came by,
destroyed Sciron,
and freed the satyrs.

The Fragments…

SILENUS:
Hermes, for you indeed… hold…

You can take these with you if you pay one ‘colt’,
and those, if you pay a ‘pair in harness’;
and these others actually go for four ‘silver horses’.
Men like the ‘girls from Athens’,
when (someone) has plenty with him…

almost the same size as a Corinthian girl’s mattress,
and your foot won’t stretch beyond the cushion.

It is certainly good to punish vile men.

… or fix to the branches of wild fig trees…

Sciron-Theseus