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William Shakespeare (1564–1616).  The Oxford Shakespeare.  1914.
 
Troilus and Cressida
 
Dramatis Personæ
PRIAM, King of Troy.
HECTOR, TROILUS, PARIS, DEIPHOBUS, & HELENUS: his Sons.
MARGARELON, a Bastard Son of Priam.
ÆNEAS & ANTENOR, Trojan Commanders.
CALCHAS, a Trojan Priest, taking part with the Greeks.
PANDARUS, Uncle to Cressida.
AGAMEMNON, the Grecian General.
MENELAUS, his Brother.
ACHILLES, AJAX, ULYSSES, NESTOR, DIOMEDES, & PATROCLUS: Grecian Commanders.
THERSITES, a deformed and scurrilous Grecian.
ALEXANDER, Servant to Cressida.
Servant to Troilus.
Servant to Paris.
Servant to Diomedes.

HELEN, Wife to Menelaus.
ANDROMACHE, Wife to Hector.
CASSANDRA, Daughter to Priam; a prophetess.
CRESSIDA, Daughter to Calchas.
Trojan and Greek Soldiers, and Attendants.

SCENE.Troy, and the Grecian Camp before it.
 
 
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