Euripides was an Athenian playwright of the Fifth century BC.
Surviving Plays (in World One)Edit
The Trojan WomenEdit
Iphigenia in TaurisEdit
The Phoenician WomenEdit
Iphigenia at AulisEdit
This is the story of Odysseus on the island of the Cyclops, with the added twist of Silenus appearing. This is the only satyr play to survive mostly intact. As far as scholars can tell, it has a relatively low squick factor for the genre.
The following plays are among those of his that are only available at the Musée des Univers Perdus:
- The Cretans
- Wise Melanippe
- Captive Melanippe
- Andromeda (produced with Helen)