Aeschylus

(Αἰσχύλος)
aka Aischylus, Aischylos, Aeschylos

(“Father of Tragedy”)

b, 525/524 Eleusis  –  d, c456/455 Gela (Sicily)

Agamemnon 458 BC
Choephoroi 458BC
Eumenides 458BC
Persians 472 BC
Prometheus Bound ca 460BC
Seven Against Thebes 467BC
Suppliant Maidens 460BC

For help with the pronunciation of most of these names go Here

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2 Responses to Aeschylus

  1. Ivy says:

    George, I am thrilled to see that you have created a blog. You’ve done a fantastic job and thanks for sharing all your precious knowledge. I’ll be back to read more of your great work 🙂 Ivy

    • Thank you, Ivy. Yes, it’s been a lengthy journey through the tangled and twisted paths and highways of the IT world before I’ve settled on this blog.
      And thank you, too for your kind comments about the work. It was certainly a work of enormous love and enjoyment.

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