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Thebes (Greece) (search for this): card 988
Enter Teiresias, led by a boy, on the spectators' right. Teiresias Princes of Thebes, we have come on a shared journey, two scouting the way by the eyes of one.For this is the method of travel for the blind, using a guide. Creon What is it, old Teiresias? What is your news? Teiresias I will tell you. You, obey the seer. Creon It was not my habit before, at any rate, to stand apart from your will. Teiresias Therefore you captained this city on an upright course. Creon I have felt and can attest your benefits. Teiresias Realize that once more now you are poised on fortune's razor-edge. Creon What do you mean? I shudder to hear you! Teiresias You will understand, when you hear the signs revealed by my art. As I took my place on my old seat of augurywhere all birds regularly gather for me, I heard an unintelligible voice among them: they were screaming in dire frenzy that made their language foreign to me. I realized that they were ripping each other with their talons, mu