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Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation 42 0 Browse Search
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Sophocles, Antigone (ed. Sir Richard Jebb), line 1033 (search)
Creon Old man, you all shoot your arrows at me, like archers at their mark, and I am not safeeven from the plottings of the seer's divine art, but by their tribe I have long been bought and sold and made their merchandise. Turn your profits, make your deals for the white gold of Sardis and the gold of India, if it pleases you, but you shall not cover that man with a grave,not even if the eagles of Zeus wish to snatch and carry him to be devoured at the god's throne. No, not even then, for fear of that defilement will I permit his burial, since I know with certainty that no mortal has the power to defile the gods.But even the exceedingly clever, old Teiresias, falls with a shameful fall, when they couch shameful thoughts in fine phrasing for profit's sake. Teiresias Alas! Does any man know, does any consider— Creon What is this? What universal truth are you announcing? Teiresias —by how much the most precious of our possessions is the power to reason wisely? Creon By as much,