The grove of the Eumenides may have been on the N.
Probable site of the grove.
1 On these, see the letter-press by Prof. Curtius to the Atlas von Athen, pp. 14 f.
2 It is scarcely necessary to say that no objection, or topographical inference of any kind, can be drawn from the conventional arrangement of the Greek stage by which Oedipus (as coming from the country) would enter on the spectator's left, and therefore have the scenic grove on his left.
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