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The Chorus enters.

Chorus
Not only in our holy Athens [185] are there halls of the gods with beautiful columns, and worship of Apollo who guards the streets; but also in the house of Loxias, Leto's son, there is a light of two countenances, with lovely eyes.

[190] Look! come see, the son of Zeus is killing the Lernean Hydra with a golden sickle; my dear, look at it!

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    • Charles Simmons, The Metamorphoses of Ovid, Books XIII and XIV, 13.222
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