Euripides. The Tragedies of Euripides. Vol. I. Buckley, Theodore Alois, translator. London: Henry G. Bohn, 1850.
- daughter; and yet you cannot easily fare well.
- Lead me, escorts, where I may take my pitiful sisters as companions to my exile. May I go where accursed Kithairon may not see me,
- nor I see Kithairon with my eyes, nor where a memorial of a thyrsos has been dedicated; let these concern other Bacchae.
- Many are the forms of divine things, and the gods bring to pass many things unexpectedly;
- what is expected has not been accomplished, but the god has found out a means for doing things unthought of. So too has this event turned out.