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On the bloody hilt four-footed horses were prancing, while over their backs black dust rose up. But your adultery killed the lord of such mighty warriors, [480] evil-minded daughter of Tyndareus! For this the gods of heaven will one day send you to death; [485] truly the day will come when I shall see, under your red throat, blood gushing forth at the sword.

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