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Egypt (Egypt) (search for this): card 437
ou lamenting? Menelaos To my fortunes, which were happy before this. Old woman Well then, why don't you go away and give these tears to your friends. Menelaos What is this land? Whose palace is this? Old woman Proteus lives here, the land is Egypt. Menelaos Egypt? O wretched, that I have sailed here! Old woman And why do you blame the bright gleam of the Nile? Menelaos I do not blame it; I am sighing for my fate. Old woman Many people are doing badly; you are not the only one. MenelaoEgypt? O wretched, that I have sailed here! Old woman And why do you blame the bright gleam of the Nile? Menelaos I do not blame it; I am sighing for my fate. Old woman Many people are doing badly; you are not the only one. Menelaos Is the king you name in the house? Old woman This is his tomb; his son rules the land. Menelaos And where might he be? Abroad, or in the house? Old woman He is not inside; he is most bitterly opposed to the Hellenes. Menelaos What cause does he have? I have felt the consequences of it! Old woman Helen, the daughter of Zeus, is in this house. Menelaos What do you mean? What did you say? Tell me again. Old woman The daughter of Tyndareus, who once lived in Sparta. Menelaos Where did s
not here. Menelaos O my fortune, how we have been unworthily dishonored. Old woman Why are your eyes wet with tears? To whom are you lamenting? Menelaos To my fortunes, which were happy before this. Old woman Well then, why don't you go away and give these tears to your friends. Menelaos What is this land? Whose palace is this? Old woman Proteus lives here, the land is Egypt. Menelaos Egypt? O wretched, that I have sailed here! Old woman And why do you blame the bright gleam of the Nile? Menelaos I do not blame it; I am sighing for my fate. Old woman Many people are doing badly; you are not the only one. Menelaos Is the king you name in the house? Old woman This is his tomb; his son rules the land. Menelaos And where might he be? Abroad, or in the house? Old woman He is not inside; he is most bitterly opposed to the Hellenes. Menelaos What cause does he have? I have felt the consequences of it! Old woman Helen, the daughter of Zeus, is in this house. Menelaos What