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Thebes (Greece) (search for this): card 113
s in silence. Adrastus There I lost the pick of Argos' sons. Theseus These are the results of that unhappy war. Adrastus I went and demanded their bodies from Thebes. Theseus Did you rely on heralds, Hermes' servants, in order to bury them? Adrastus 1 did; and even then their slayers did not let me. Theseus Why, what did thesolve, or the wish of all the city? Adrastus The sons of Danaus, one and all, implore you to bury the dead. Theseus Why did you lead your seven armies against Thebes? Adrastus To confer that favor on the husbands of my two daughters. Theseus To which of the Argives did you give your daughters in marriage? Adrastus I made no had they left the borders of their native land and come to you? Adrastus Tydeus was exiled for the murder of a kinsman. Theseus Why had the son of Oedipus left Thebes? Adrastus By reason of his father's curse, not to spill his brother's blood. Theseus That voluntary exile you have spoken of was no doubt wise. Adrastus But t
Greece (Greece) (search for this): card 113
Adrastus rising Victorious prince of the Athenian realm, Theseus, I have come a suppliant to you and to your city. Theseus What do you hunt? What need is yours? Adrastus Do you know how I led an expedition to its ruin? Theseus Yes, you did not pass through Hellas in silence. Adrastus There I lost the pick of Argos' sons. Theseus These are the results of that unhappy war. Adrastus I went and demanded their bodies from Thebes. Theseus Did you rely on heralds, Hermes' servants, in order to bury them? Adrastus 1 did; and even then their slayers did not let me. Theseus Why, what did they say to your just request? Adrastus Say! Success makes them forget how to bear their fortune. Theseus Have you come to me then for counsel? or why? Adrastus With the wish that you, Theseus, should recover the sons of the Argives. Theseus Where is your Argos now? Were its boasts all in vain? Adrastus We failed and are ruined. We have come to you. Theseus Is this your own private resolve, o
Argive (Greece) (search for this): card 113
Adrastus We failed and are ruined. We have come to you. Theseus Is this your own private resolve, or the wish of all the city? Adrastus The sons of Danaus, one and all, implore you to bury the dead. Theseus Why did you lead your seven armies against Thebes? Adrastus To confer that favor on the husbands of my two daughters. Theseus To which of the Argives did you give your daughters in marriage? Adrastus I made no match for them with kinsmen of my family. Theseus What! did you give Argive maids to foreigners? Adrastus Yes, to Tydeus, and to Polyneices, who was Theban-born. Theseus What induced you to select this alliance? Adrastus Dark riddles of Phoebus stole away my judgment. Theseus What did Apollo say to determine the maidens' marriage? Adrastus That I should give my two daughters to a wild boar and a lion. Theseus How do you explain the message of the god? Adrastus One night two exiles came to my door— Theseus The name of each declare; you are speaking of both t
Argos (Greece) (search for this): card 113
have come a suppliant to you and to your city. Theseus What do you hunt? What need is yours? Adrastus Do you know how I led an expedition to its ruin? Theseus Yes, you did not pass through Hellas in silence. Adrastus There I lost the pick of Argos' sons. Theseus These are the results of that unhappy war. Adrastus I went and demanded their bodies from Thebes. Theseus Did you rely on heralds, Hermes' servants, in order to bury them? Adrastus 1 did; and even then their slayers did not leur just request? Adrastus Say! Success makes them forget how to bear their fortune. Theseus Have you come to me then for counsel? or why? Adrastus With the wish that you, Theseus, should recover the sons of the Argives. Theseus Where is your Argos now? Were its boasts all in vain? Adrastus We failed and are ruined. We have come to you. Theseus Is this your own private resolve, or the wish of all the city? Adrastus The sons of Danaus, one and all, implore you to bury the dead. Theseus