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er, come from Sparta for this purpose. Orestes Yet he was bested by an old man's hand? Hermione Yes, by his sense of shame—and then he left me! Orestes I see: for what you've done you fear your husband. Hermione Yes. For he will be within his rights to kill me. What use to speak of it? But I entreat you in the name of Zeus, who is of our family, escort me to any place far away from this land or to my father's house. For this house seems to take voice and drive me forth, and the land of Phthia hates me. And if my husband leaves the oracle of Phoebus and comes home before then, he will kill me in great disgrace or I shall be a slave to the concubine who was once my slave. Orestes How then did you come to commit these grave sins, as some might call them? Hermione My undoing was bad women coming into the house. They puffed me up in folly by speaking in this vein: ‘Will you put up with this wretched captive in your house sharing in your marriage-bed? By the goddess, in my house she