• There is nothing more hostile to a city that a tyrant, under whom in the first and chiefest place, there are not laws in common, but one man, keeping the law himself to himself, has the sway, and this is no longer equal.

    Euripides (1863). “The Tragedies of Euripides: Hercules furens. The Troades. Ion. Andromache. Suppliants. Helen. Electra. Cyclops. Rhesus”, p.175
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