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Prometheus
Alas! Alas! Offspring of fruitful Tethys and of him who with his sleepless current encircles the whole earth, children of your [140] father Oceanus, behold, see with what fetters, upon the summit crag of this ravine, I am to hold my unenviable watch.

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