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I'm dead! Nay, all is over.
Hear my words. When she had brought forth boys, she bade us wash them; we began to do so: but the boy I washed, how large and strong he was; we could not bind him in his cot.
Two crested snakes of awful size come down into the tank for rain when that one of whom I spoke saw them, immediately he jumped out of the cot and made straight for the snakes; each with one hand he seizes in a fatal grasp of death.
Amphitryon believes he is dead after falling due to the thunder from Hercules's birth.
Bromia explains the birth of his abnormally strong son to Amphitryon.
Bromia has a flashback to the moment when Heracles strangled two snakes.
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