This chapter explores the affective unfoldings of Euripides’s Iphigenia among the Taurians through the lens of landscape. In her waking life Iphigenia is surrounded by the desolation of the land of the Taurians; at night she lives through the destruction of her ancestral home while she prepares the sacrifice of a lonely standing column with blond hair and a human voice. The weird mix of humanoid and architectural detail within Iphigenia’s dreamscape fills the audience with dread and the heroine with despair but also lays the foundations for the miraculous escape at the end.