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 O mighty Themis and my lady Artemis, do you see what I suffer, I who have bound my accursed husband with mighty oaths? May I one day see him and his new bride ground to destruction, and their whole house with them,  so terrible are the wrongs they are bold to do me unprovoked! O father, O my native city, from you I departed in shame, having killed my brother. Nurse
Do you hear what she says, how she calls on Themis invoked in prayer, daughter of Zeus,  who is deemed guardian of men's oaths? It is not possible that my mistress will bring her wrath to an end in some trifling deed.