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Peleus fled to Phthia to the court of Eurytion, son of Actor, and was purified by him, and he received from him his daughter Antigone and the third part of the country.Compare Tzetzes, Scholiast on Lycophron 175 （vol. i. pp. 444ff., 447, ed. Muller）; Ant. Lib. 38; Diod. 4.72.6; Scholiast on Aristoph. Cl. 1063; Eustathius on Hom. Il. ii.684, p. 321. There are some discrepancies in these accounts. According to Tzetzes and the Scholiast
Lexikon der griech. und röm. Mythologie, iii.2641ff.
Thence he went with Eurytion to hunt the Calydonian
boar, but in throwing a dart at the hog he involuntarily struck and killed Eurytion.
Therefore flying again from Phthia he betook
him to Acastus at Iolcus and was purified by him.As to this
involuntary homicide committed by Peleus and his purification by Acastus, see above,
Apollod. 1.8.2; Scholiast on Aristoph. Cl.
1063; Ant. Lib.
Enter by Eisodos A women of Phthia as Chorus. Chorus Woman, you who have been long sitting upon the floor of Thetis' shrine without leaving it, though I am a Phthian, I have come to you, scion of Asia, in the hope that I might be able to heal the struggles hard to resolve, struggles that have joined you, unhappy woman, and Hermione in haeateful quarrel about a bed two-fold, since you share a husband, the son of Achilles.
Andromache sung Here am I, hands bloodied with the tight bonds about them, being sent down to death. Boy sung Mother, o mother, under your wing I go down as well. Andromache sung This is a cruel sacrifice, o rulers of Phthia! Boy sung Father, come and help those you love. Andromache sung Dear child, you will lie below dead with your dead mother, next to her breast. Boy sung Oh me! What will become of me? Unhappy are we, you and I, mother.