[Chorus of Danaids and Handmaidens]
And may he award victory to the women! [1070] I praise that which is better than evil, two parts of good mixed with one of bad; and I praise that, through god-given means of deliverance, conflicting rights, in accordance with my prayers, should follow the course of justice.Exeunt omnes

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