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Corinth (Greece) (search for this): card 911
ell me where he himself is, if you know. Chorus This is his dwelling, and he himself, stranger, is within. This lady here is the mother of his children. Messenger Then may she be ever happy in a happy home,since she is his blessed queen. Iocasta Happiness to you also, stranger! Your fair greeting deserves this. But say what you have come to seek or to tell. Messenger Good tidings, lady, for your house and your husband. Iocasta What are they? From whom have you come? Messenger From Corinth, and at the message I will give now you will doubtless rejoice, though you may perhaps grieve too. Iocasta What is it? Why has it this double potency? Messenger The people will make him king of theIsthmian land, as it was said there. Iocasta How then? Is the aged Polybus no longer in power? Messenger No. For death holds him in the tomb. Iocasta What do you mean? Is Polybus dead, old man? Messenger If I do not speak the truth, I am content to die. Iocasta Handmaid, away with all sp