Speeches (Lines) for Seleucus
in "Antony and Cleopatra"

Total: 3

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

V,2,3562

Cleopatra. This is the brief of money, plate, and jewels,
I am possess'd of: 'tis exactly valued;
Not petty things admitted. Where's Seleucus?

Seleucus. Here, madam.


2

V,2,3566

Cleopatra. This is my treasurer: let him speak, my lord,
Upon his peril, that I have reserved
To myself nothing. Speak the truth, Seleucus.

Seleucus. Madam,
I had rather seal my lips, than, to my peril,
Speak that which is not.


3

V,2,3570

Cleopatra. What have I kept back?

Seleucus. Enough to purchase what you have made known.


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