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r at you, father. For if you were my son and I your father, I would not have banished but killed you, if you had dared to put your hand to my wife. Theseus How like you these words are! Not thus will you die, according to the rule you have just laid down for yourself—for a swift death is a mercy for a wretch—but going as a wanderer from your ancestral land over foreign soil you will drain to the dregs a life of misery. [For that is the penalty for an impious man.] Hippolytus Alas! What do you mean to do? Will you not even receive the witness of Time in my case but banish me from the land? Theseus Yes, beyond the Euxine Sea and the Pillars of Atlas, if I could, such is my hatred of you. Hippolytus Will you not examine my oath and sworn testimony or the words of seers? Will you banish me without a trial? Theseus There's no divinatory chanciness about this tablet, and its accusation against you deserves my trust. As for the birds that fly above my head, I bid them a long farew