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Aeschylus (524 B.C. – 455 B.C.)

Nationality: Greek
Born: Greek
Periods: Greek: Classical

Wrote many of the great Greek tragedies, of which only have survived.

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The Libation Bearers



Prometheus Bound

Suppliant Maidens

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This site has a brief biography of the author, and also some descriptive information about his plays.
Contains: Extensive Bio, Works List, Commentary

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Great Books Index: Aeschylus
Includes pointers to various translations of Aeschylus’ surviving works, as well as links to study guides, biographical, and contextual material on the author.
Contains: Webliography, Works List
Author: Ken Roberts

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013