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She has been called, after his words, the moral Clytemnestra of her husband.My Recollections of Lord Byron|Teresa Guiccioli
Agamemnon, at his return from the Trojan wars, was slain by Ægysthus, the adulterer of Clytemnestra.
Here he announced himself to Clytemnestra as a messenger from Strophius, bringing news of the death of her son Orestes.The Student's Mythology|Catherine Ann White
The Chorus are past military age, and are come to learn from Clytemnestra why there is sacrifice throughout all Argos.
Few dramatic personages have used this device so effectively as Clytemnestra, certainly none with a more fiendish intent.