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Antigone tells Ismene her plans to go against Creon and bury her dead brother, Polyneices.
A Sentry informs Creon that someone had buried Polyneices.
The Sentry brings Antigone and accuses her of burying Polyneices. Antigone does not deny anything.
Haimon, moved by Creon's decision to kill Antigone, argues with his father, Creon, about making decisions. Haimon also threatens that there will be another death.
Antigone talks about her death with Choragos. Creon, with pity, orders that Antigone should be sent to the vault without speaking anymore.
Because of Antigone's death, Haimon killed himself, then Euridice killed herself because her sons died. Creon is now in pain because of Antigone.
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