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During the lament, Antigone enters, followed by servants who bear the bodies of Jocasta, Eteocles, and Polyneices.

[1480] No longer do the misfortunes of this house extend to hearsay only; three corpses of the slain lie here at the palace for all to see; by one common death they have drawn their lot, a life of darkness.

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