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Herodotus, The Histories (ed. A. D. Godley) 18 0 Browse Search
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Euripides, Hecuba (ed. E. P. Coleridge), line 722 (search)
orance, we are of one mind; for I have no wish myself to listen. Hecuba aside Without his aid I shall not be able to avenge my children. Why do I still ponder the matter? I must do and dare whether I win or lose. Turning to Agamemnon Agamemnon, by your knees, by your beard and conquering hand I implore you— Agamemnon What is your desire? to be set free? that is easily done. Hecuba Not that; give me vengeance on the wicked, and I am willing to lead a life of slavery forever. Agamemnon Well, but why do you call me to your aid? Hecuba It is a matter you little know of, king. Do you see this corpse, for whom my tears now flow? Agamemnon I do; but what is to follow, I cannot guess. Hecuba He was once my child; I bore him in my womb. Agamemnon Which of your sons is he, poor sufferer? Hecuba Not one of Priam's race who fell beneath Ilium's walls. Agamemnon Did you indeed have another son besides those, lady? Hecuba Yes, the one you see here, of whom it seems I have small gai
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