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washed by the very last bath, in the most piteous bed of death. Oh, me, [160] your bitter cleaving by the axe, father, the bitter plans of the way from Troy! Your wife welcomed you with no victor's garlands or crowns, but with a two-edged sword, [165] making you the mournful victim of Aigisthus, she got a treacherous bed-fellow.

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