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Euripides, Heracleidae (ed. David Kovacs), line 73 (search)
the feeble old man lying spread upon the ground! O unhappy man, at whose hands have you had this wretched fall? Iolaus This man, strangers, dishonors your gods and drags me by force from the altar steps. Chorus But you, old sir, from what land have you come to this people who dwell together in four cities?The Marathonian tetrapolis (Marathon, Oenoe, Probalinthus, and Tricorythus) was an old confederacy of towns that existed before the unification of Attica under Theseus. Have you left the shore of Euboea and put in from beyond the water with sea-going oar? Iolaus It is no islander's life that I live. We have come to your land from Mycenae. Chorus What is the name the people of Mycenae call you? Iolaus You know, I'm sure, of Iolaus, the man who stood at Heracles' side. I am not unknown to fame. Chorus I have heard of you before. But whose are the young children you lead by the hand? Tell us. Iolaus They are Heracles' sons, strangers, who have come as suppliants to you and your c