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Aeschylus. Oresteia

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Personal name headingAeschylus. Oresteia
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Variant(s)Aeschylus. Orestea
Aeschylus. Oresteiaka
Aeschylus. Orestėja
Aeschylus. Orestíada
Aeschylus. Orestie
Aeschylus. Orestien
Aeschylus. Orestii
Aeschylus. Orestija
Aeschylus. 오레스테이아
Aeschylus. Ὀρέστεια
Aeschylus. Ορεστειακά
Aeschylus. Орестея
Aeschylus. אורסטיאה
Aeschylus. オレステイア
See alsoAuthor: Aeschylus
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Container of (work): Aeschylus. Agamemnon
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Container of (work): Aeschylus. Choephori
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Container of (work): Aeschylus. Eumenides
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Other standard no.Q249769
Form of workPlays (Performed works)
Beginning date-0457
Place of originAthens (Greece)
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Found inThe Oresteia, 1975.
Oxf. comp. to Class. lit., 1989 (Oresteia; collective name given to the three Greek tragedies by Aeschylus on the story of Agamemnon, Clytemnestra, and Orestes: Agamemnon, Choephoroe, and Eumenides)
Oxford classical dictionary, 1996: page 26 (Oresteia; tetralogy, including Agamemnon, Choephori, Eumenides, and the lost satyr-play Proteus; Aeschylus's last production in Athens, produced in 458 BC)
Wikipedia (all languages), 18 February 2014 (Oresteia; Ὀρέστεια; trilogy of Greek tragedies by Aeschylus including Agamemon, The libation bearers, and The furies; other forms of title: Orestii; Orestien; Orestie; Ορεστειακά; Orestíada; 오레스테이아'; Orestea; אורסטיאה; Orestėja; オレステイア; Орестея; Orestija)