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Lerna (Greece) (search for this): card 103
h of many horses, many arms. Antigone Are the gates barred, and the brazen bolts fitted into Amphion's walls of stone? Old servant Never fear! All is safe within the town. But see the first one, if you want to know him. Antigone Who is that one with the white crest, who marches before the army, lightly bearing on his arm a shield all of bronze? Old servant A captain, mistress. Antigone Who is he? Who is his family? Tell me his name, old man. Old servant He claims to be Mycenaean; by Lerna's streams he dwells, the lord Hippomedon. Antigone Ah, ah! How proud, how fearful to see, like an earth-born giant, with stars engraved on his shield, not resembling mortal race. Old servant Do you see the one crossing Dirce's stream? Antigone His armor is quite different. Who is that? Old servant Tydeus, the son of Oeneus, Aetolian battle-spirit in his breast. Antigone Is this the one, old man, who married a sister of Polyneices' wife? What a foreign look his armor has, half-barbarian!