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Chorus
I see, Prometheus; [145] and over my eyes a mist of tears and fear spread as I saw your body withering ignominiously upon this rock in these bonds of adamant. For there are new rulers in heaven, and Zeus governs with [150] lawless customs; that which was mighty before he now brings to nothing.

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