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Ilium (Turkey) (search for this): card 320
KLUTAIMNESTRA. Troia do the Achaioi hold, this same day. I think a noise -- no mixture -- reigns i' the city. Sour wine and unguent pour thou in one vessel -- Standers-apart, not lovers, wouldst thou style them: And so, of captives and of conquerors, partwise The voices are to hear, of fortune diverse. For those, indeed, upon the bodies prostrate Of husbands, brothers, children upon parents -- The old men, from a throat that 's free no longer, Shriekingly wail the death-doom of their dearest: While these -- the after-battle hungry labour, Which prompts night-faring, marshals them to breakfast On the town's store, according to no billet Of sharing, but as each drew lot of fortune. In the spear-captured Troic habitations House they already: from the frosts upmethral And dews delivered, will they, luckless creatures, Without a watch to keep, slumber all night through. And if they fear the gods, the city-guarders, And the gods' structures of the conquered country, They may not -- capture