Euripides articles on Wikipedia
Euripides
about the classical Greek tragedian. For the asteroid, see 2930 Euripides. Euripides (/juːˈrɪpᵻdiːz/ or /jɔːˈrɪpᵻdiːz/; Greek: Εὐριπίδης; Ancient Greek: [eu̯
Mar 13th 2017



Antigone (Euripides play)
extant fragments of Euripides'-AntigoneEuripides' Antigone do not reveal much of the plot, but Aristophanes of Byzantium has written that Euripides' play differed from Sophocles'
Oct 13th 2016



Cave of Euripides
place where the playwright Euripides came to write his tragedies. The ancient authors Philochorus and Satyrus described Euripides as a misanthrope who avoided
Feb 5th 2017



Herakles (Euripides)
Ambiguity: Euripides’ play Herakles asks more questions than it answers. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the topic of faith. During Euripides’ time,
Nov 17th 2016



Philoctetes (Euripides play)
plays of Aeschylus, Euripides and Sophocles and also paraphrased the beginning of Euripides' play. Less than 20 fragments of Euripides' Philoctetes survive
Jan 31st 2017



Eurípides Rubio
memory of Captain-Euripides-RubioCaptain Euripides Rubio. The American Legion Post 142 in San Juan, Puerto Rico was named after Capt. Euripides Rubio. Capt.Euripides Rubio's name
Mar 8th 2017



Electra (Euripides play)
This article is about the play by Euripides. For other uses, see Electra (disambiguation). Euripides' Electra (Ancient Greek: Ἠλέκτρα, Ēlektra) is a play
Mar 17th 2016



Oedipus (Euripides)
latter part of Euripides' life, between 419 CE">BCE and 406 CE">BCE, and most likely after 415 CE">BCE. CollardCollard, C.; Cropp, M. J., eds. (2008). Euripides Fragments:
Mar 9th 2017



Hypercompe euripides
Hypercompe euripides is a moth of the family Erebidae. It is found in Mexico. Hypercompe at funet Natural History Museum Lepidoptera generic names
Sep 19th 2016



Medea (play)
of famed playwright Aeschylus), Sophocles (Euripides'Euripides' main rival) and Euripides. Euphorion won, and Euripides placed last. The form of the play differs
Apr 28th 2017



Hippolytus (play)
Four Plays by Euripides. New York Review Books Classics. ISBN 1-59017-180-2. George Theodoridis, 2010, prose Phaedra (1962) "Euripides' Hippolytus"
Jan 4th 2017



Andromeda (play)
tragedy written by Euripides, based on the myth of Andromeda and first produced in 412 BC, in a trilogy that also included Euripides' Helen. Andromeda
Jun 8th 2016



Thyestes (Euripides)
(disambiguation). Thyestes (Ancient Greek: Θυέστης) is a lost tragedy by Euripides. Fragmenta Euripides: Fragments edd. Christopher Collard, Martin Cropp (Cantabrigiae
Apr 9th 2017



Euripides Ferreira
Euripides Ferreira (born 31 July 1966) is a Brazilian former cyclist. He competed in the team time trial at the 1992 Summer Olympics. "Euripides Ferreira
Jul 26th 2016



SS Euripides
number of ships have been named Euripides, including – SS Euripides (1883), wrecked in the Sea of Marmara SS Euripides (1914), An ocean liner built by
Apr 22nd 2017



Neomaniola
Nymphalidae. The genus is monotypic containing the single species Neomaniola euripides, which is found in Bolivia and Argentina. Butterflies of America "Neomaniola
Apr 27th 2017



The Suppliants (Euripides)
Suppliant Women, first performed in 423 BC, is an ancient Greek play by Euripides. After Oedipus leaves Thebes, his sons fight for control of it. Polyneices
Dec 3rd 2015



MS Akaroa (1914)
Harland & Wolff of Belfast, Northern Ireland, and was originally named Euripides when she sailed for the Aberdeen and Commonwealth Line. She was launched
Oct 28th 2015



Euripides Pants
Euripides Pants were a group consisting of local Austin musicians, some of whom later joined the hard rock band Ministry. Way Up Off In There (1995,
Oct 29th 2016



Rhesus (play)
less-developed Euripides. Murray also raised the possibility of its being a reproduction of a Euripides play, perhaps undergone by a contemporary or by Euripides' son
Jan 3rd 2017



Satyr play
play Prometheus. Euripides Among Euripides’ entries, Haigh underlines Theristae (431 BC), Sisyphus (415 BC) and Alcestis which Euripides was allowed to present
Mar 28th 2017



Archelaus (play)
performed in MacedoniaMacedonia by Euripides honouring Archelaus I of Macedon on a par with king Caranus. There is no doubt that Euripides transformed Caranus to
Jun 8th 2014



Centro Universitário Eurípedes de Marília
the city of Marilia in Brazil. It is governed by the Fundacao de Ensino Euripides Soares da Rocha and was founded in 1967. The president of the university
Jul 5th 2015



Thesmophoriazusae
for that day is Euripides. Two women – Micca and a myrtle vendor – summarize their grievances against him. According to Micca, Euripides has taught men
Apr 12th 2017



Bellerophon (play)
Decharme, P. (2006). EuripidesEuripides and the Spirit of His Dramas. Kessinger Publishing. p. 263. ISBN 978-1-4286-4768-8.  Euripide, Tragedies, vol. 8, 2e
Feb 27th 2017



Xenophon (son of Euripides)
Xenophon (Greek: Ξενοφῶν), son of Euripides, was one of the Athenian generals to whom Potidaea surrendered. Later in the same year (429 BC) Xenophon and
Apr 15th 2017



Theristai
(2008). Euripides Fragments: Aegeus-MeleagerMeleager. Harvard University Press. p. 413. ISBN 978-0-674-99625-0.  CollardCollard, C. & Cropp, M. (2008). Euripides Fragments:
Jun 21st 2016



Cyclops (play)
Kyklōps) is an ancient Greek satyr play by Euripides. This satyr play would be the fourth part of the Euripides’ tetralogy, performed for the dramatic festival
Mar 9th 2017



Alcmaeon in Psophis
incorporated the death of Argive hero Alcmaeon. Euripides (2008). CollardCollard, C.; Cropp, M., eds. Euripides Fragments: Augeus-Meleager. Translated by CollardCollard
Jun 7th 2016



The Bacchae
RehmRehm (1992, 23). EuripidesEuripides. Vellacott, Phillip, translator. The Bacchae and Other Plays. Penguin Books Ltd.1979 EuripidesEuripides. Dodds, E. R. translator
Apr 27th 2017



Alcmaeon in Corinth
 2. ISBN 978-0-674-99601-4.  Murray, G. (1913). EuripidesEuripides and his Age. H. Holt. p. 171.  EuripidesEuripides; Dodds, E.R. (1960). Bacchae (2nd ed.). Oxford University
Apr 16th 2017



Euripides, Orestes 338-44 (Pap. Vienna G 2315)
Euripides, Orestes Ancient Greek music from the papyrus written in Hermopolis, Egypt, during the third-second century BC.There are modern popular versions
Jan 31st 2017



Orestes (play)
by Euripides or The Libation Bearers by Aeschylus, and before events contained in plays like The Eumenides by Aeschylus and Andromache by Euripides .
Mar 29th 2017



Children of Heracles
text Burian, Peter, and Alan Shapiro, eds. 2010. The Complete Euripides. By Euripides. Vol. 3. The Greek Tragedy in New Translations ser. Oxford and
May 4th 2016



Iphigenia in Aulis
the extant works by the playwright Euripides. Written between 408, after Orestes, and 406 BC, the year of Euripides' death, the play was first produced
Apr 7th 2017



Deus ex machina
in his Eumenides, but it was with Euripides that it became an established stage machine. More than half of Euripides' extant tragedies employ a deus ex
Apr 24th 2017



SS Lowland
Marchessini (Far East) Ltd, Hong Kong and renamed Euripides. She was operated under the management of the Euripides Shipping Co, Hong Kong. She served until July
Feb 11th 2017



The Frogs
travels to Hades (the underworld) to bring the playwright Euripides back from the dead. (Euripides had died the year before, in 406 BC.) He brings along his
Apr 24th 2017



The Phoenician Women
Phoenician Women (Ancient Greek: Φοίνισσαι, Phoinissai) is a tragedy by Euripides, based on the same story as Aeschylus' play Seven Against Thebes. The
Jan 27th 2017



Alcestis (play)
by the ancient Greek playwright Euripides. It was first produced at the City Dionysia festival in 438 BC. Euripides presented it as the final part of
Apr 11th 2017



The Trojan Women
way that Aeschylus' Oresteia was connected. Euripides did not favor such connected trilogies. Euripides won second prize at the City Dionysia for his
Feb 17th 2017



Andromache (play)
Andromache (Ancient Greek: Ἀνδρομάχη) is an Athenian tragedy by Euripides. It dramatises Andromache's life as a slave, years after the events of the Trojan
Apr 17th 2016



Hecuba
chorographia II.26 Ovid, Metamorphoses XIII.423–450, 481–571 Euripides, Trojan Women Euripides, Hecuba Tsotakou-Karveli. Lexicon of Greek Mythology. Athens:
Apr 12th 2017



Philip Vellacott
of Euripides over the centuries: his appreciation of the playwright's persistent and often subtle use of irony, and his understanding of Euripides' formidable
Nov 13th 2016



Lekythion
the two poets Aeschylus and Euripides are engaged in a comic debate criticizing each other's works. Aeschylus makes Euripides recite the beginnings of several
Oct 13th 2016



Katolophyromai
headword in a musical fragment from the first stasimon of Orestes by Euripides (lines 338-344, Vienna Papyrus G 2315). It means "I cry, lament so much
Apr 11th 2017



Talthybius
1997. Print.71. Euripides, and Moses Hadas. Ten Plays by Euripides. New York: Bantam, 2006. Print. 203-208; 215-217. Euripides, and Marilyn Nelson
Mar 29th 2017



Eulabeia (mythology)
personification of discretion, caution and circumspection. She is mentioned once in Euripides' Phoenician Women, where Eteocles suggests that prayers should be directed
Apr 2nd 2016



The Bacchae (film)
The Bacchae is an independent film adaptation of Euripides' classic play, produced by Lorenda Starfelt and John Morrissey, and directed by Brad Mays.
Oct 8th 2016



Proteus of Egypt
Another take on this story is presented in the tragedy Helen by Euripides. In Euripides' version, Hera had Helen taken to Egypt by Hermes, and she created
Oct 23rd 2014





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