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[1560] Reproach thus meets reproach in turn—hard is the struggle to decide. The spoiler is despoiled, the slayer pays penalty. Yet, while Zeus remains on his throne, it remains true that to him who does it shall be done; for it is law. [1565] Who can cast from out the house the seed of the curse? The race is bound fast in calamity.

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