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Chorus
By the will of the gods we inhabit an unconquered city, and the rampart withstands the enemy throng. [235] What indignation makes you resent this?

Eteocles
I do not begrudge your honor of the divine race; but lest you make the citizens cowardly, be calm and do not be overly fearful.

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