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Euripides, Rhesus (ed. Gilbert Murray), CHARACTERS OF THE PLAY (search)
the Athenian colony. Possibly that pacified him.
And his legend in the mouth of the poets seemed
perhaps like the story of his own mountaineers,
multitudes of strong men, stormy and chivalrous, terrible in onset, who somehow in the end melted away
before the skill and persistent courage of a civilised
CHARACTERS OF THE PLAY
HECTOR, Prince of Ilion and General of the Trojan Armies.
AENEAS, a Trojan Prince.
DOLON, a Trojan.
PARIS, also called ALEXANDER, brother of Hector.
RHESUS, King of Thrace, son of the River Strŷmon and the Muse of the Mountains.
A THRACIAN, the King's charioteer.
ODYSSEUS, a Greek chieftain, famous for craft and daring.
DIOMEDES, a Greek chieftain, famous for valour.
The Goddess ATHENA.
The MUSE OF THE MOUNTAINS.
CHORUS of Trojan Guards with their LEADER.
Some THRACIANS with their CAPTAIN, Attendants, &c.
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