Thus forced to turn away without his father’s corpse, Cimon visited his friends, who lent him the necessary money. Miltiades, who had been the idol of the people, was now buried hurriedly and in secret, because the ungrateful Athenians had forgotten all the good he had done them, and remembered only his faults.

From: H. A. Guerber, The Story of the Greeks; edited for this online publication, by ELLOPOS BLOG