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" Let now the dead be hidden in the earth, And each part, whence it came forth to the light, Thither return, the breath unto the air, To earth the body; for we hold it not In fee, but only to pass life therein. "
Euripides - Page 541
by Euripides - 1912
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The Religious Teachers of Greece: Gifford Lectures Delivered at Aberdeen ...

James Adam - Greece - 1908 - 467 pages
...poetry. One of these passages occurs in the most orthodox of Euripides' plays—I mean the Suppliants: " Let now the dead be hidden in the earth, And each...hold it not In fee, but only to pass life therein." 6 Considered in and by themselves, no doubt, these verses merely reproduce the sentiment expressed...
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The Religious Teachers of Greece: Being Gifford Lectures on Natural Religion ...

James Adam - Greece - 1908 - 467 pages
...One of these passages occurs in the most orthodox of Euripides' plays — I mean the Suppliants : " Let now the dead be hidden in the earth, And each...; for we hold it not In fee, but only to pass life therein."0 Considered in and by themselves, no doubt, these verses merely reproduce the sentiment expressed...
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The religious teachers of Greece: being Gifford lectures on natural religion ...

James Adam - Greece - 1908 - 467 pages
...in the most orthodox of Euripides' plays — I meau the Suppliants : " Lot now the dead be hidden iu the earth, And each part, whence it came forth to...hold it not In fee, but only to pass life therein.'"' Considered in and by themselves, 110 doubt, these verses merely reproduce the sentiment expressed in...
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Euripides: With an English Translation, Volume 3

Euripides - 1912
...should force Athens to do this. Sourceward back should flow 520 The world's stream, if we brook such liest as his ; It is not I that launch upon this war,...which fostered it must take it back. Dost think thou woundçst Argos through her dead ? Not so : the common cause of Greece is this, If one shall rob the...
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