24And looketh upon a lion, and goeth in the darkness; and when he hath stolen, spoiled, and robbed, he bringeth it to his love. 25Wherefore a man loveth his wife better than father or mother. 26Yea, many there be that have run out of their wits for women, and become servants for their sakes. 27Many also have perished, have erred, and sinned, for women.28And now do ye not believe me? is not the king great in his power? do not all regions fear to touch him? 29Yet did I see him and Apame the king's concubine, the daughter of the admirable Bartacus, sitting at the right hand of the king, 30And taking the crown from the king's head, and setting it upon her own head; she also struck the king with her left hand.