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Chorus
When marriage is on equal terms, in my opinion it is no cause for dread; so never may the love of the mightier gods cast on me its irresistible glance. That would indeed be a war that cannot be fought, a source of resourceless misery; and [905] I do not know what would be my fate, for I do not see how I could escape the designs of Zeus.

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