Statius says that when Polynices was in the middle of the isthmus of Corinth he could hear the waves beat against both its shores.
Polynices now repaired to Argos, where he arrived in the dead of night.
The craft of Creon and the prayers of Polynices alike prove unavailing.
After a chant from the chorus on the ills of old age 351, Polynices enters.
She therefore bravely disregarded the orders of the king, and endeavoured to give sepulture to the remains of Polynices.
Argia, wife of Polynices, finds and burns her husband's body.
In front the propodium is very large, forming, as in Natica and Polynices, a sort of plow.
And as for this Polynices, thinketh he that signs and devices will give him that which he coveteth?
Polynices, knowing this, gave Eriphyle the necklace of Harmonia and thereby gained her to his interest.
It inhabits the shells of Fulgur carica or of Polynices heros.