The Bacchanals

or Bacchae
Συγγραφέας: Euripides
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100045
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And herein is told how Dionysus came in human guise to Thebes, and filled her women with the Bacchanal possession, and how Pentheus, essaying to withstand him, was punished by strange and awful doom. 
Χαρακτηριστικά
  • ISBN (13-ψηφιος)

    978-960-382-337-7

  • ΜΕΤΑΦΡΑΣΗ

    Arthur S. Way

  • ΔΙΑΣΤΑΣΕΙΣ

    14x24

  • ΑΡΙΘΜΟΣ ΣΕΛΙΔΩΝ

    207

  • ΒΙΒΛΙΟΔΕΣΙΑ

    Χαρτόδετο

  • ΔΙΑΘΕΣΙΜΟΤΗΤΑ

    Ναι

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Euripides

Euripides (c. 480-406 B.C.) was born to a family that had an ancestral priesthood of Apollo Zosterios, and his home was at Phlya, east of Hymettus. He heard Anaxagoras, Prodicus and Protagoras in lectures and he was personally acquainted with Socrates. He competed for the first time at the Dionysia in 455 and won his first victory in 441 B.C. According to the Suda, he produced tragedies on 22 occasions (88 plays, if all were shown at the Dionysia) and wrote 92 plays; extant whole are only 19.