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I left my bed, wearing only a tunic, like a Dorian girl, [935] and sought in vain, ah me! to station myself at the holy hearth of Artemis; for, after seeing my husband slain, I was led away over the broad sea; with many a backward look at my city, [940] when the ship began her homeward voyage and parted me from Ilium's strand; till alas! for very grief I fainted,

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    • A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities (1890), FI´BULA
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