LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY
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Aeschylus Volume III
Loeb Classical Library 505

Fragments

Aeschylus

Edited and translated by Alan H. Sommerstein

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HARDCOVER

$28.00 • £19.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674996298

Publication Date: 01/31/2009

Loeb

384 pages

4-1/4 x 6-3/8 inches

Index

Loeb Classical Library > Aeschylus

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  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Bibliography
  • Sigla
  • Abbreviations
  • Attributed Fragments
    • Athamas
    • Egyptians
    • Women of Aetna
    • Amymone
    • Women of Argos
    • The Argo or Oarsmen
    • Atalanta
    • Bacchae
    • Bassarids
    • Glaucus
    • Glaucus the Sea-God
    • Glaucus of Potniae
    • Danaids
    • Net-Haulers
    • Eleusinians
    • Epigoni
    • Edonians
    • Daughters of the Sun
    • Children of Heracles
    • Chamber-Makers
    • The Sacred Delegation or At the Isthmian Games
    • Thracian Women
    • Priestesses
    • Ixion
    • Iphigeneia
    • Cabeiri
    • Callisto
    • Carians or Europa
    • Cercyon
    • Heralds
    • Circe
    • Cretan Women
    • Laius
    • The Lion
    • Lemnian Women
    • Lycurgus
    • Memnon
    • Myrmidons
    • Mysians
    • Youths
    • Nemea
    • Nereids
    • Niobe
    • Wool-Carders
    • Oedipus
    • The Award of the Arms
    • Bone-Gatherers
    • Palamedes
    • Pentheus
    • Perrhaebian Women
    • Penelope
    • Polydectes
    • Prometheus
    • Prometheus Unbound
    • Prometheus the Fire-Bearer
    • The Escort
    • Proteus
    • Women of Salamis
    • Semele or Water-Carriers
    • Sisyphus the Runaway and Sisyphus the Stone-Roller
    • The Sphinx
    • Telephus
    • Archeresses
    • The Nurses of Dionysus
    • Hypsipyle
    • Philoctetes
    • Phineus
    • Phorcides
    • Phrygians or The Ransoming of Hector
    • Ghost-Raisers
    • The Weighing of Souls
    • Oreithyia
    • “The Dike Play”
  • Unattributed Fragments
  • Probably Aeschylean Papyrus Fragments
  • Doubtfully Ascribe Fragments
  • Index

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