915-917 (Xerxes speaking; tr. Alan H. Sommerstein):
Would to Zeus that the fate of death
had covered me over too
together with the men who are departed!
εἴθ᾿ ὄφελε, Ζεῦ, κἀμὲ μετ᾿ ἀνδρῶν
θανάτου κατὰ μοῖρα καλύψαι.
Euripides, Suppliant Women
769 (Adrastus speaking; tr. David Kovacs):
Ah me! How much better for me to have died with them!
οἴμοι· πόσῳ σφιν συνθανεῖν ἂν ἤθελον.
Id. 821 (Adrastus speaking again):
Would that the Cadmean ranks had felled me in the dust!
εἴθε με Καδμείων ἔναρον στίχες ἐν κονίαισιν.