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The King, however, said: �I do not believe a word of your talk; when my cripple comes he will tell me the truth. After some time Orpheus no longer heard Eurydice's paces behind him, and he started to doubt whether she kept up with him as he hastily tried to leave the Underworld. Authorities such as the Roman poet Ovid say that Zeus turned himself into an eagle, whereas others say that the eagle was simply sent by Zeus. This he manufactured into strong cord.

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