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Euripides' PHOENISSAE Complete

Translated by E. Coleridge.

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Persons

Jocasta, wife of Oedipus
Old Servant, an attendant of Antigone
Antigone, daughter Of Oedipus
Chorus of Phoenician Maidens
Polyneices, exiled son of Oedipus
Eteocles, now King of Thebes; son of Oedipus
Creon, brother of Jocasta
Teiresias, a blind prophet
Menoeceus, son of Creon
First Messenger
Second Messenger
Oedipus, formerly King of Thebes


Scene

Before the royal palace of Thebes. Jocasta enters from the palace alone.

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