Iphigenia in Tauris


Euripides. The Plays of Euripides, Translated into English Prose from the Text of Paley. Vol. II. Coleridge, Edward P., translator. London: George Bell and Sons, 1891.

  1. Go, winds, carry the son of Agamemnon to Athens by sea; I will journey with them, and keep safe the holy image of my sister.
  1. Go with good fortune, blessed in having your portion of safety.
  2. Pallas Athena, holy among immortals and mortals, we will do as you command.
  3. For we receive your voice in our ears with great and unexpected pleasure.
  4. Greatly revered Victory, may you occupy my life and never cease to crown me!