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Thebes (Greece) (search for this): card 1042
ors of the palace have opened and have disclosed Heracles lying asleep, bound to a shattered column. Amphtryon steps out. The following lines between Amphitryon and the Chorus are chanted responsively. Amphitryon Softly, softly! you aged sons of Thebes, let him sleep on and forget his sorrows. Chorus For you, old friend, I weep and mourn, for the children too and that victorious chief. Amphitryon Stand further off, make no noise nor outcry, do not rouse him from his calm deep slumber. Chorretch! but if should he slay me, his father, then he will be devising woe on woe, and to the avenging curse will add a parent's blood. Chorus Well for you if you had died in that day, when, for your wife, you went forth to exact vengeance for her slain brothers by sacking the Taphians' sea-beat town. Amphitryon Fly, fly, my aged friends, from before the palace, escape his waking fury. Or soon he will heap up fresh slaughter on the old, ranging wildly once more through the streets of Thebes.