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[504] O chariot-race of Pelops long ago, source of many a sorrow, [505] what disaster you have brought upon this land! For ever since Myrtilus sank to rest beneath the waves, [510] hurled to utter destruction from his golden chariot in disgraceful outrage, from that time to this, outrage and its many sorrows [515] were never yet gone from this house.

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