Iphigeneia

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Iphigeneia [r]: In Greek mythology, the unfortunate daughter of Agamemnon, who was sacrificed by her father in exchange for a "fair wind" to sail to Troy. The sacrifice embittered Agamemnon's wife Clytemnestra, and a chain of tragedies resulted when the king returned from Troy. [e]

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