Cymbeline
 Act 5, Scene 4

Enter POSTHUMUS LEONATUS and two Gaolers
Exeunt Gaolers
Posthumus
Sleeps
Solemn music. Enter, as in an apparition, SICILIUS LEONATUS, father to Posthumus Leonatus, an old man, attired like a warrior; leading in his hand an ancient matron, his wife, and mother to Posthumus Leonatus, with music before them: then, after other music, follow the two young Leonati, brothers to Posthumus Leonatus, with wounds as they died in the wars. They circle Posthumus Leonatus round, as he lies sleeping

Jupiter descends in thunder and lightning, sitting upon an eagle: he throws a thunderbolt. The Apparitions fall on their knees
Re-enter First Gaoler
Enter a Messenger
Exeunt
Cymbeline

Cymbeline

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