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Sentry has just told Creon that Antigone is the one who buried Polyneices.
And you, Antigone do you confess this thing? (Sophocles 2,50)
I do. I deny nothing. (2,52)
I dared. It was not God's proclamation. Your edict, King, was strong, but all your strength is weakness itself against the immortal unrecorded laws of God. They are not now: they were, and shall be, operative forever. This death of mine is of no importance; but if I had left my brother lying in death unburied, I should have suffered. Ah Creon think me of a fool , but it may it be that a fool convicts and folly. (2,57-74)
Tell me had you heard my proclamation touching this matter? (2,54)
It was public. Could I help hearing? (2,55)
And yet you dared. (2.56)
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