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One woman, only one, of all that have been, have I heard of who put her hand to her own children: Ino driven mad by the gods when [1285] Hera sent her forth to wander in madness from the house. The unhappy woman fell into the sea, impiously murdering her children. Stepping over the sea's edge, she perished with her two children. [1290] What possible further horror now remains? O womankind and marriage fraught with pain, how many are the troubles you have already wrought for mortal men!

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