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" She whom thou seest : but interrupt me not. To Argos, O my brother, ere I die, Bear me from this barbaric land, and far Remove me from this altar's bloody rites, At which to slay the stranger is my charge. "
The tragedies of Euripides - Page 382
by Euripides - 1823 - 452 pages
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The Tragedies of Euripides: Translated. In Two Volumes, Volume 2

Euripides - 1783
...there. ORESTES. Where is fhe ? From the dead return'd to life f 850 IPHIGENIA. She whom thou fecft : but interrupt me not. To Argos, O my brother, e'er...me from this altar's bloody rites,. . At which to flay the ftranger is my charge. 8^5 ORESTES. What (hall I fay ? Where are we, Pylades^ IPHIGENIA. Or...
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Euripides, Volume 3

Euripides - Mythology, Greek - 1832
...but not to those who then were there. " ORES. Where is she? From the dead return'd to life ? 850 IPH. She whom thou seest: but interrupt me not. To Argos, O my brother, ere I die, Bear me from this barbaric land, and far Remove me from this altar's bloody rites, At which...
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Euripides, Volume 3

Euripides - 1848
...return'd to life ? 850 IPH. She whom thou seest : but interrupt roe not. To Argos, O my brother, ere I die, Bear me from this barbaric land, and far Remove...rites, At which to slay the stranger is my charge. — 855 ORES. What shall I say 1 Where are we, Pylades ? IPH. Or on thy house for vengeance will I...
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The Masterpieces and the history of literature: analysis ..., Volume 3

John Porter Lamberton, John Russell Young, Oliver Herbrand Gordon Leigh - Literature - 1906
...dead return'd to life ? Iph. She whom thou seest : but interrupt me not. To Argos, O my brother, ere I die, Bear me from this barbaric land, and far Remove...my charge. . Ores. What shall I say? Where are we, Py lades? Iph. Or on thy house for vengeance will I call, Orestes. Twice repeated, learn the name....
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The Plays of Euripides in English ...: Introduction. The cyclops. Hecuba ...

Euripides - English drama - 1906
...not to those who then were there." Orestes. Where is she ? From the dead returned to life ? Iphig. She whom thou seest ; but interrupt me not. To Argos, O my brother, ere I die Bear me from this barbaric land, and far Remove me from this altar's bloody rites, At which...
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The Masterpieces and the History of Literature: Analysis ..., Volume 3

John Porter Lamberton, John Russell Young, Oliver Herbrand Gordon Leigh - Literature - 1906
...lives, but not to those who then were there. Ores. Where is she ? From the dead return 'd to life ? Iph. She whom thou seest : but interrupt me not. To Argos, O my brother, ere I die, Bear me from this barbaric land, and far Remove me from this altar's bloody rites, At which...
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Plays of the Greek Dramatists: Selections from Aeschylus, Sophocles ...

Arthur Zeiger - English drama - 1946 - 360 pages
...but not to those who then were there." ORESTES. Where is she? From the dead returned to life? IPHIG. She whom thou seest; but interrupt me not. To Argos, O my brother, ere I die Bear me from this barbaric land, and far Remove me from this altar's bloody rites, At which...
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Iphigenia in Tauris

Eurípides - Iphigenia (Greek mythology) - 1967 - 186 pages
...but not to those who then were there. ORESTES Where is she? From the dead return'd to life? IPHIGENIA She whom thou seest: but interrupt me not. To Argos, O my brother, ere I die, Bear me from this barbaric land, and far Remove me from this altar's bloody rites, At which...
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