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has been unfaithful to his family. Aegeus Pay him no mind then since, as you say, he is base. Medea His passion was to marry a king's daughter. Aegeus Who has given his daughter to him? Tell me the rest. Medea Creon, who rules this land of Corinth. Aegeus But it is quite understandable, then, that you are distressed. Medea I am finished. Furthermore, I am being exiled from the country. Aegeus By whom? This is yet another misfortune you speak of. Medea It is Creon who exiles me from CCorinth. Aegeus Does Jason accede to this? I do not approve of that either. Medea He pretends not to, but he is ready to put up with it. Medea kneels before Aegeus in the posture of a suppliant. But I beg you by your beard and by your knees and I make myself your suppliant: have pity, have pity on an unfortunate woman, and do not allow me to be cast into exile without a friend, but receive me into your land and your house as a suppliant. If you do so, may your longing for children be brought