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Oh! Child of Zeus, you have become a thief—you, a youth, have ridden down old divinities— [150] by showing respect to your suppliant, a godless man and cruel to a parent; although you are a god, you have stolen away a man that killed his mother. What is there here that anyone shall call just?

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