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Euripides, Iphigenia in Aulis (ed. E. P. Coleridge), line 677 (search)
he father who has toiled so hard for them, commits his children to the homes of strangers. Clytemnestra I am not so senseless; But I think I will go through this as well, when I lead the girl from the chamber to the sound of the marriage hymn; so I do not chide you; but custom will combine with time to make the smart grow less. As for him, to whom you have betrothed our daughter, I know his name, it is true, but want to learn his lineage and the land of his birth. Agamemnon There was one Aegina, the daughter of Asopus. Clytemnestra Who wedded her? Some mortal or a god? Agamemnon Zeus, and she bore Aeacus, the prince of Oenone. Clytemnestra What son of Aeacus secured his father's halls? Agamemnon Peleus, who wedded the daughter of Nereus. Clytemnestra With the god's consent, or when he had taken her in spite of gods? Agamemnon Zeus betrothed her, and her guardian gave consent. Clytemnestra Where did he marry her? in the billows of the sea? Agamemnon In Chiron's home, at sa