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This grief has come unlooked for upon all the citizens in common. Floods of tears shall come over us again and again. [1465] For tales of the great, when they spread abroad, surpass the common lot in evoking grief.During the last lines Theseus exits into the palace, accompanied by servants carrying the body of his son. The Chorus exit by Eisodos B.

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