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πολύφθορον, desolated by many deaths; so Tr. 477 πολύφθορος” | ... “Οἰχαλία”. Atreus and Thyestes slew their brother Chrysippus; Atreus slew his own son Pleisthenes, and then two sons of Thyestes; Aegisthus, son of Thyestes, slew Atreus and Agamemnon.

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