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Athens (Greece) (search for this): card 1106
An Attendant of Creusa enters. Attendant Women of Athens, where may I find our mistress, the daughter of Erechtheus? I have completed a search of the whole city for her, and I cannot find her. Chorus Leader What is it, my fellow-slave? Why your swiftness of foot? What tidings do you bring? Attendant We are being hunted; the rulers of the land seek her, so that she may die by stoning. Chorus Leader Alas! what are you saying? We have surely not failed to keep secret our plans of murder against the boy? Attendant You are right. You will not be among the last to share the punishment. Chorus Leader How were the hidden contrivances seen? Attendant The god, who did not wish to be stained with blood-pollution, exposed that which was wrong and weaker than the right. Chorus Leader How? As a suppliant, I beg you, tell me about this. For when we know, we would die more pleasantly, whether we die or live. Attendant When Creusa's husband left the god's oracular shrine, he took his new