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Chorus
What mortal, then, does not stand in awe and dread of this, [390] when he hears from me the law ordained by Fate, given by the gods for perfect fulfilment? My ancient privilege still remains, I do not meet with dishonor, [395] although I have my place under the earth and in sunless darkness.

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