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- ian c. johnston, 2002 – verse: full text george theodoridis, agamemnon, choephori, eumenides 2003–2007 – prose ethan sinnott. director/set designer/translator
- focus has long been accepted by modern scholars. in his commentary on the choephori, garvie states that it is 'highly likely that aeschylus often, though
- considered a kind of maschalismos on the still-living. in aeschylus' tragedy choephori and sophocles' tragedy electra, clytemnestra performs maschalismos on
- story of orestes was the subject of the oresteia of aeschylus (agamemnon, choephori, eumenides), of the electra of sophocles, and of the electra, iphigeneia
- 1810; this was followed by editions of the septem contra thebas, persae, choephori, and agamemnon, of callimachus, and of the fragments of sappho, sophron
- of gr****, brill, 2009, p. 8. homer, iliad 9:145. aeschylus (1986), choephori; introduction by a. f. garvie, oxford u. p., p. x steiner, gerd. the
- trilogy, such as the oresteia of aeschylus. this famous trilogy (agamemnon, choephori, and eumenides) won the competition of 458 bc held in the theatre of dionysus
- similarly, she developed iphigenia by euripides and the oresteia (agamemnon, choephori, and the eumenides) between 1990-92. while mainly a stage director, she