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Euripides, Heracleidae (ed. David Kovacs), line 830 (search)
g all our strength, with great toil, we at length put the Argive army to flight. Then old Iolaus, seeing Hyllus rushing off, stretched out his right hand and entreated him to take him onto his chariot. He took the reins and followed hard upon the chariot of Eurystheus. What I have said to this point I saw myself, from here on I will give you what I heard from the lips of others. As he was passing through the sacred district of Athene Pallenis,Cult-name of Athena as worshiped in the deme of Pallene. looking toward Eurystheus' chariot he prayed to HebeGoddess who is the personification of Youth. She became Heracles' bride after his death. and to Zeus that he might be young again for a single day and exact retribution from his enemies. Now you may hear a marvel. A pair of stars stood above the chariot yoke and covered the chariot in dark cloud. Those who are wise say that it was your son Heracles and Hebe. And out of this murky darkness he showed forth the youthful form of his young a