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'Lament for the Two Brothers Slain by Each Other's Hand' by Aeschylus
   has the opening lines   
Now Do Our Eyes Behold The Tiding Which Were Told...
Twin fallen kings, twin perished hopes to mourn. 521BC-431BC
"Justice Inclines Her Scales So That Wisdom Comes at the Price of Suffering"
Greek tragedian, c.526-456 BC
The Oresteia
A trilogy of Greek tragedies about the end of the curse on the House of Atreus. Though originally written as tetralogy, the fourth play, Proteus, a satyr play that would have been performed as finale, has not survived. The Oresteia was originally performed at the Dionysia festival in Athens in 458 BC, where it won first prize.
   was a   
Greek Playwright
Born c.525 BC

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