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  • Penguin Classics. Killis Campbell, 1907, The Seven Sages of Rome, Ginn. Aeschylus. The Oresteia, trans. Robert Fagles. New York: Penguin, 1984. Ibn Khaldun
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  • Homer The Odyssey and in a modern translation here Vergil The Aeneid Aeschylus' Oresteia Mark P. O. Morford, Classical Mythology, Oxford University
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  • http://lostgreekplays.com/. Most Greek plays of antiquity written by Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides , and Aristophanes have been lost, but the stories
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  • writers of tragedies lived and wrote at about the same time in Athens: Aeschylus wrote plays based on ancient Greek myths and on events from Athenian history
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  • the oracle from high, sent to make all things amenable.] TERTIUS Ah. Aeschylus. NIKOS Kalo-so-ree-sa-te. To on-o-ma mou ee-ne Nikos. [Welcome, my name
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