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us make a truce; be reconciled to me. Theoklymenos I relinquish my quarrel with you; may it go away on wings. Helen Now by your knees, since you are indeed a friend— Theoklymenos What thing do you hunt after, that you stretch out a suppliant hand to me? Helen I wish to bury my dead husband. Theoklymenos What? Is there a tomb for the absent? Or will you bury a shadow? Helen It is customary among the Hellenes, whenever someone dies at sea— Theoklymenos To do what? The race of Pelops is certainly clever in such matters. Helen To carry out the funeral rites in empty woven robes. Theoklymenos Hold the funeral; set up the tomb wherever you wish. Helen We do not give burial like this to sailors who have perished. Theoklymenos How then? I know nothing of the customs in Hellas. Helen We take out of harbor to the sea all that is the dead man's due. Theoklymenos Then what am I to give you for the dead man? Helen This man knows, but I have no experience, as I was fortunate bef
Troy (Turkey) (search for this): card 1206
less rocks of Libya. Theoklymenos How did this man not perish if he was sailing with him? Helen There are times when common men have more luck than their betters. Theoklymenos Where did he leave the wreckage of his ship before coming here? Helen Where ruin may come upon it— but not on Menelaos! Theoklymenos He is already ruined. In what ship did this man come? Helen Sailors happened to meet him and took him up, as he says. Theoklymenos Where then is that evil creature that was sent to Troy in your place? Helen You mean the cloud image? It has gone into the air. Theoklymenos O Priam, and Trojan lands, how you have perished in vain! Helen I too have shared misfortunes with Priam's race. Theoklymenos Did he leave your husband unburied, or did he hide him in the earth? Helen He is unburied; I am so unhappy in my troubles! Theoklymenos It is for this that you have cut your locks of golden hair? Helen Yes, for he is dear to me, whoever he is, being here. Theoklymenos She ri
Libya (Libya) (search for this): card 1206
Theoklymenos What is this man's country, and where did he come from, to land here? Helen He is a Hellene, one of the Achaeans who saiIed with my husband. Theoklymenos What kind of death does he say Menelaos died? Helen The most piteous, in the watery waves at sea. Theoklymenos On what part of the barbarous ocean was he sailing? Helen He was cast up on the harborless rocks of Libya. Theoklymenos How did this man not perish if he was sailing with him? Helen There are times when common men have more luck than their betters. Theoklymenos Where did he leave the wreckage of his ship before coming here? Helen Where ruin may come upon it— but not on Menelaos! Theoklymenos He is already ruined. In what ship did this man come? Helen Sailors happened to meet him and took him up, as he says. Theoklymenos Where then is that evil creature that was sent to Troy in your place? Helen You mean the cloud image? It has gone into the air. Theoklymenos O Priam, and Trojan lands, how you