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and awaiting the return of the men from war, all the while defiling a hero's bed, did you contrive this death against a warrior chief? Aegisthus These words of yours likewise shall prove a source of tears. The tongue of Orpheus is quite the opposite of yours.He led all things by the rapture of his voice; but you, who have stirred our wrath by your silly yelping, shall be led off yourself. You will appear tamer when put down by force. Chorus As if you would ever truly be my master here in Argos, you who did contrive our king's death, andthen had not the courage to do this deed of murder with your own hand! Aegisthus Because to ensnare him was clearly the woman's part; I was suspect as his enemy of old. However, with his gold I shall endeavor to control the people; and whoever is unruly,him I'll yoke with a heavy collar, and in truth he shall be no well-fed trace-horse!The trace-horse bore no collar, and was harnessed by the side of the pair under the yoke. No! Loathsome hunger t