Translated by E. Coleridge.
Helen, wife of Menelaus
Teucer, a Greek warrior, who fought at Troy
Chorus of Captive Greek Women, attending Helen
Menelaus, King of Sparta
Portress of Theoclymenus
Theonoe, sister of Theoclymenus
Theoclymenus, King of Egypt
Servant of Theoclymenus
Before the palace of Theoclymenus in Egypt. It is near the mouth of the Nile. The tomb of Proteus, the father of Theoclymenus is visible. Helen is discovered alone before the tomb.
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