Ianthe and Iphis are in love with one another. Ianthe is longing for the day of the arranged marriage. But Iphis dreads the day because she thinks she will not be able to make Ianthe happy. She will be found out, be rejected by a society in which she can have no place, and hurt the girl she loves. (Print number 4.)
Teletheusa is alarmed, since her deception will be discovered. She has obeyed the goddess, but even so it looks as though fate is about to overcome her.
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