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She is not dead at Tarsus, as she should have been,
She is thy very Princess. Who is this?
Who, hearing of your melancholy state,
Did come to see you.
I embrace you.
How sure you are my daughter. But what music?
The music of the spheres ! List, my Marina.
My Lord, I hear. [Music.
It nips me unto listening, and thick slumber
So, leave him, all. Well, my companion Friends,
DIANA appears to PERICLES as in a vision.
And do upon mine altar sacrifice.
I will obey thee. Helicanus !
Re-enter HELICANUS, LYSIMACHUS, and MARINA.
The inhospitable Cleon; but I am
As our intents will need ? Lys. Sir,
With all my heart; and, when you come ashore,
I have another suit. PER.
You shall prevail, Were it to woo my daughter; for it seems
You have been noble towards her. Lys.
Sir, lend me your arm. PER. Come, my Marina.
Enter Gower, before the Temple of DIANA at Ephesus.
More a little, and then dumb.
At Ephesus, the temple see,
SCENE III. The Temple of Diana at Ephesus; THAISA
standing near the altar, as High-priestess ; a number
HELICANUS, MARINA, and a Lady.
I here confess myself the King of Tyre;
Made known herself my daughter.
Voice and favour !
O royal Pericles ! [faints.
If you have told Diana's altar true,
Reverend Appearer, no;
'Tis most certain. CER. Look to the lady: 0, she's but o'erjoy’d.
Early in blustering morn this lady was
Found there rich jewels; recover'd her, and plac'd her
Here in Diana's temple.
May we see them?
Whither I invite you. Look, Thaisa is
0, let me look!
O, my Lord,
you not Pericles? Like him you spake, Like him
you not name a tempest, A birth, and death? PER.
The voice of dead Thaisa !
Now I know you
better. When we with tears parted Pentapolis, The King my father gave you such a ring.
[shews a ring Per. This, this: no more, you Gods ! your present kind
you are: did
Makes my past miseries sports: you shall do well,
A second time within these arms.
[kneels to THAISA. PER. Look, who kneels here! Flesh of thy flesh, Thaisa;
Thy burden at the sea, and call’d Marina,
For she was yielded there.
Blest, and mine own!
I know you not.
I left behind an ancient substitute :
ACT V THAI.
'Twas Helicanus then. Sc. III PER. Still confirmation:
Embrace him, dear Thaisa ; this is he.
Besides the Gods, for this great miracle.
. Will you deliver
I will, my Lord.
go with me to my house,
No needful thing omitted.
Will offer night-oblations to thee. Thaisa,
To grace thy marriage-day, I 'll beautify.
My father's dead.
Yet there, my
Of monstrous lust the due and just reward :