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The penalty - Stoning to death I the public square
He is my brother. And he is your brother too.
I own I did it. I will not deny.
Antigone tells her sister, Ismene, of the declaration King Creon has made against the burial of their brother, Polyneices.
I beg you, do not be unchangeable!
Antigone asks Ismene to help her in burying Polyneices against the king's orders, in which Ismene declines, angering Antigone.
Antigone is caught burying Polyneices. She is taken to King Creon to receive her punishment.
King Creon sentences Antigone to death by locking her in a vault of stone, but not without protest from Haiman, Creon's son and Antigone's husband to be.
King Creon hurries to free Antigone after Teiresias, the blind profit, tells him the fate that awaits him for the act he has done.
King Creon enters the vault of stone only to find both Antigone and his son Haiman dead by their own doing out of sadness.
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