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Greek Culture is Hebrew - Yahweh's Covenant People 06-12-10

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Greek Culture is Hebrew

 Aeschylus, Prometheus Bound, from line 755:

Io: What! Shall Zeus one day be hurled from his own dominion?

Prometheus: Thou wouldst rejoice, I trow, to see that happen.

Io: How should I not, since 'tis at the hand of Zeus I suffer ill?

Prometheus: Then thou mayest assure thyself that these things are so.

Io: By whom shall he be despoiled of the sceptre of his sovereignty?

Prometheus: By himself and his own empty-headed purposes.

Io: In what wise? Oh tell me, if there be no harm in telling.

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