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Sophocles (c.496 B.C.–406 B.C.).  Oedipus the King.
The Harvard Classics.  1909–14.
 
Dramatis Personæ
 
Œdipus, King of Thebes
Creon, brother of Jocasta
Teiresias, a soothsayer
Priest of Zeus
Messenger from Corinth
Shepherd
Second Messenger
Jocasta, wife of Œdipus
Chorus of Priests and Suppliants
 
  SCENE—Thebes. In the background, the palace of ŒDIPUS; in front, the altar of ZEUS, Priests and Boys round it in the attitude of suppliants.
 

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