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Both Palamon and Arcite before the battle ask help from the gods which creates conflict between Mars (the god of war) and Venus (the goddess of love). The king of the gods, Jupiter, found a solution. "Out of the ground burst an infernal Fury, sent from Pluto at the request from Saturn.." He was thrown from his horse and laid on the ground lifeless, yet crowned with victory.
Arcite unable to recover, on his deathbed..he said you shall hear, "The woeful spirit in my heart cannot declare one point of all my bitter sorrows to you my lady, that I love most; but since my life can no longer, to you above every creature i benqueth to you the devotion of my soul..." Arcite tells Emily that she should marry Palamon, a worthy knight.
The people of Athens grieve the death of Arcite, yet Palamon takes Emily's hand in marriage. "Quickly there was made between them the bond called marriage or matrimony by all the council and all the baronage. And thus with all bliss and melody has Palamon wedded Emily, and may God what created all this wide world send all the joy and love to him who has paid for it so dearly..Now Palamon is living in complete happiness, in bliss, in wealth, and in health. Thus ends Emily and Palamon."
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