Antony & Cleopatra
 Act 4, Scene 14

Enter Mark Antony and Eros
Eros
                            Ay, noble lord.

Eros
                     It does, my lord.

Mardian
                              No, Antony;

Mark Antony
                          Dead, then?

Mardian
                                     Dead.

Re-enter Eros
Eros
                         I would not see’t.

Mark Antony
Turning from him

Mark Antony
                                          Now, Eros.

Enter Dercetas and Guard
First Guard
                              What’s the noise?

Second Guard
                     The star is fall’n.

All
                          Alas, and woe!

Exeunt Guard
Enter Diomedes
Dercetas
               There, Diomed there.

Diomedes
                                   Lives he?

Exit Dercetas
Diomedes
                            Most absolute lord,

Diomedes
                       Now, my lord.

Mark Antony
                                    Where is she?

Enter four or five of the Guard of Mark Antony
All
                            Most heavy day!

Exeunt, bearing Mark Antony

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