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Aeschylus

LC control no.n 79055702
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPA3825 PA3849
Personal name headingAeschylus
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Variant(s)Eskhil
Eschylus
Aischylos
Esquilo
Eschilo
Aiskhilos
Eshil
Æskílos
Ajschylos
Eschil
Esḳilos
Eschyle
Äschylos
Eskili
Aiszkhülosz
Eschylos
Iskilos
Эсхил
אייסכילוס
איסכילאס
איסכילוס
إيسخولوس
ايسخيلوس
Αἰσχύλος
LocatedAthens (Greece)
Birth date[-0524,-0523]
Death date[-0455,-0454]
Place of birthEleusis (Greece)
Place of deathGela (Italy)
Field of activityDrama Tragedy
Profession or occupationPlaywright
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inHis Agamemnon, 1940.
His The Oresteia, 1984: CIP t.p. (Aeschylus) data sheet (b. 525 B.C.)
His Óresteia, 1983: t.p. (Æskílos)
Chodkowski, R.R. "Agamemnon" Ajschylosa, 1985: t.p. (Ajschylosa)
Stroe, A. Orestia, 1984: t.p. (Eschil; Eschyle)
His Agamemnon des Äschylos, 1920.
Kadare, I. Eschyle, ou, L'éternel perdant, c1988: t.p. verso (Eskili)
Görög drámák, 1971: p. 2 (Aiszkhülosz)
His Agamemnon, 1995: CIP t.p. (Aeschylus) pub. blurb (c. 525 BC-456 BC)
His The seven against Thebes, 1998: CIP galley (Aeschylus (c. 525 BC-456 BC) Greek playwright, born at Eleusis, near Athens, generally considered to be the earliest important writer of the Western theatrical tradition, the first playwright to achieve official recognition in ancient Greece. Of his 90 plays only 7 survive)
Tragedye Eschylosa, 1873.
Der geshmiedṭer Promeṭheus, 19--?
Aiskhilos, 1965.
Thesaurus linguae graecae, 9 March 2009 (Αἰσχύλος)
Brill's new Pauly encyclopedia of the ancient world online, 15 December 2010 (Aeschylus, Αἰσχύλος; b. 525/4 BC in Eleusis; d. 456/455 B.C. in Gela; Athenian playwright)
Associated languagegrc