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Euripides, Heracles (ed. E. P. Coleridge), line 599 (search)
aiden queen of hell, I will not neglect to greet first of all the gods beneath my roof. Amphitryon Did you really go to the house of Hades, my son? Heracles Yes, and brought to the light that three-headed monster. Amphitryon Did you conquer him in fight, or receive him from the goddess? Heracles In fight; for I had been lucky enough to witness the rites of the initiated. Amphitryon Is the monster really lodged in the house of Eurystheus? Heracles The grove of Demeter and the city of Hermione have him now. Amphitryon Eurystheus does not know that you have returned to the upper world? Heracles He does not; I came here first to learn your news. Amphitryon How is it you were so long beneath the earth? Heracles I stayed awhile attempting to bring back Theseus from Hades, father. Amphitryon Where is he? gone to his native land? Heracles He set out for Athens, glad to have escaped from the lower world. Come now, children, attend your father to the house. My entering in is faire