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Argive (Greece) (search for this): card 506
ers; I loathe a relationship of this kind which is bitterness to both. But it is useless, for circumstances compel me to carry out the murderous sacrifice of my daughter. Menelaus How so? who will compel you to slay your own? Agamemnon The whole Achaean army here assembled. Menelaus Not if you send her back to Argos. Agamemnon I might do that unnoticed, but there will be another thing I cannot. Menelaus What is that? You must not fear the mob too much. Agamemnon Calchas will tell the Argive army his oracles. Menelaus Not if he should die before that—an easy matter. Agamemnon The whole tribe of seers is a curse with its ambition. Menelaus Yes, and good for nothing and useless, when among us. Agamemnon Has the thought, which is rising in my mind, no terrors for you? Menelaus How can I understand your meaning, unless you declare it? Agamemnon The son of Sisyphus knows all. Menelaus Odysseus cannot possibly hurt us. Agamemnon He was ever shifty by nature, siding with the
Argos (Greece) (search for this): card 506
. But it is useless, for circumstances compel me to carry out the murderous sacrifice of my daughter. Menelaus How so? who will compel you to slay your own? Agamemnon The whole Achaean army here assembled. Menelaus Not if you send her back to Argos. Agamemnon I might do that unnoticed, but there will be another thing I cannot. Menelaus What is that? You must not fear the mob too much. Agamemnon Calchas will tell the Argive army his oracles. Menelaus Not if he should die before that—an eoracles that Calchas delivered, saying of me that I undertook to offer Artemis a victim, and after all am proving false? Then, when he has carried the army away with him, he will bid the Argives slay us and sacrifice the girl; and if I escape to Argos, they will come and destroy the place, razing it to the ground, Cyclopean walls and all. That is my trouble. Woe is me! to what perplexities the gods have brought me at this pass! Take one precaution for me, Menelaus, as you go through the army,