Diaglott(i) 17 He reasoned indeed then in the synagogue with the Jews and with those being pious, and in the market during every day with those happening to meet. 18 Some but of the Epicureans and of the Stoics philosophers encountered him; and some said: What may intend the seed-picker this to say? They said: Of strange demons he seems a proclaimer to be; because the Jesus and the resurrection to them he announced glad tidings. 19 Having taken hold and of him to the Mars hill they led, saying: Are we able to know, what the new this that by thee being spoken teaching? 20 Strange things for certain thou bringest to the ears of us. We desire therefore to know, what may intend these things to be. 21 Athenians and all and the sojourning strangers, in nothing else spend leisure, than to tell something and to hear newer.