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ll, it is for you to speak, for me to learn. Orestes I will say first what I have heard from Electra. Do you know of the strife that was between Atreus and Thyestes? Iphigenia I have heard of it; the quarrel concerned a golden ram. Orestes Did you not weave these things in a fine-textured web? Iphigenia O dearest, you are bending your course near to my heart! Orestes And the image of the sun in the middle of the loom? Iphigenia I wove that shape also, in fine threads. Orestes And you received a ceremonial bath from your mother, for Aulis? Iphigenia I know; for no happy marriage has taken that memory from me. Orestes What about this? You gave locks of your hair to be brought to your mother? Iphigenia As a memorial, in place of my body, in the tomb. Orestes What I myself have seen, I will say for proof: an old spear of Pelops, in my father's house, which he brandished in his hand when he won Hippodamia, the maiden of Pisa, and killed Oenomaus; it was hung up in your rooms.
ell, it is for you to speak, for me to learn. Orestes I will say first what I have heard from Electra. Do you know of the strife that was between Atreus and Thyestes? Iphigenia I have heard of it; the quarrel concerned a golden ram. Orestes Did you not weave these things in a fine-textured web? Iphigenia O dearest, you are bending your course near to my heart! Orestes And the image of the sun in the middle of the loom? Iphigenia I wove that shape also, in fine threads. Orestes And you received a ceremonial bath from your mother, for Aulis? Iphigenia I know; for no happy marriage has taken that memory from me. Orestes What about this? You gave locks of your hair to be brought to your mother? Iphigenia As a memorial, in place of my body, in the tomb. Orestes What I myself have seen, I will say for proof: an old spear of Pelops, in my father's house, which he brandished in his hand when he won Hippodamia, the maiden of Pisa, and killed Oenomaus; it was hung up in your rooms.
Argos (Greece) (search for this): card 798
Chorus Leader Stranger, you are wrongly defiling the attendant of the goddess, by putting your hands on her robe that should not be touched. Orestes My own sister, born from my father Agamemnon, do not turn away from me, when you hold your brother and thought you never would! Iphigenia You are my brother? Stop this talk! He is well known in Argos and Nauplia. Orestes Unhappy girl, your brother is not there. Iphigenia But did Tyndareus' daughter, the Spartan, give birth to you? Orestes Yes, and my father was Pelops' grandson. Iphigenia What are you saying? Do you have some proof of this for me? Orestes I do; ask me something about our father's home. Iphigenia Well, it is for you to speak, for me to learn. Orestes I will say first what I have heard from Electra. Do you know of the strife that was between Atreus and Thyestes? Iphigenia I have heard of it; the quarrel concerned a golden ram. Orestes Did you not weave these things in a fine-textured web? Iphigenia O dear
Nauplia (Greece) (search for this): card 798
Chorus Leader Stranger, you are wrongly defiling the attendant of the goddess, by putting your hands on her robe that should not be touched. Orestes My own sister, born from my father Agamemnon, do not turn away from me, when you hold your brother and thought you never would! Iphigenia You are my brother? Stop this talk! He is well known in Argos and Nauplia. Orestes Unhappy girl, your brother is not there. Iphigenia But did Tyndareus' daughter, the Spartan, give birth to you? Orestes Yes, and my father was Pelops' grandson. Iphigenia What are you saying? Do you have some proof of this for me? Orestes I do; ask me something about our father's home. Iphigenia Well, it is for you to speak, for me to learn. Orestes I will say first what I have heard from Electra. Do you know of the strife that was between Atreus and Thyestes? Iphigenia I have heard of it; the quarrel concerned a golden ram. Orestes Did you not weave these things in a fine-textured web? Iphigenia O dear