Thyestes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Pelops, and brother of Atreus
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feast" is the feast of Thyestes by Atreus and "the requi
And Agathon in his Thyestes says, that "the suitors who
spring. And in his Thyestes he says- & The brilliant rose,
fter exhibiting his tragedy of Thyestes.  & At the
Again Thyestes comes to drag
on their dead enemies. Thyestes pours forth several curses
Will you condemn yourself, Thyestes, and deprive yourself of life,
of such a life make Thyestes' grief the less, or Aeetes's,
what were these inventions? Hear Thyestes.
ancient banquets of Tereus and Thyestes. At length the Thr
arriage; one on Impiety; Thyestes; an Essay on Love; a vol
the sons of Pelops, Atreus and Thyestes, for 65 years. Aft
and parricides of Atreus and Thyestes, which even the gods detested.
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