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by Christopher Collard,Euripides

Author: Christopher Collard,Euripides
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Harvard University Press (June 30, 2008)
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Euripides, Fragments: Aegeus-Meleager. LCL 504: Find in a Library. Eighteen of the ninety or so plays composed by Euripides between 455 and 406 bce survive in a complete form and are included in the preceding six volumes of the Loeb Euripides. A further fifty-two tragedies and eleven satyr plays, including a few of disputed authorship, are known from ancient quotations and references and from numerous papyri discovered since 1880. No more than one-fifth of any play is represented, but many can be reconstructed with some accuracy in outline, and many of the fragments are striking in themselves.

Christopher Collard is Emeritus Professor of Classics at the University of Wales, Swansea.

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Euripides, Christopher Collard, Martin Cropp. Eighteen of the ninety or so plays composed by Euripides between 455 and 406 BCE survive in a complete form and are included in the preceding six volumes of the "Loeb Euripides".

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Fragments: Aegeus-Meleager, vol. 7 (Loeb Classical Library ‘The worst husband’: discourses of praise and blame in Euripides’ Medea. Classical Philology 94 (4): 373–94. 7 (Loeb Classical Library C. Collard and M. Cropp, ed. and trans. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Fragments: Oedipus-Chrysippus and other fragments, vol. 8 (Loeb Classical Library C. Medea's divided self. Classical Antiquity 8 (1): 61–85. Female acts in Greek tragedy. The worst husband’: discourses of praise and blame in Euripides’ Medea. Spoken like a woman: speech and gender in Athenian drama.

Volume VII. Christopher collard and martin cropp. The extant plays and the fragments together make Euripides by far the best known of the classic Greek tragedians.

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Eighteen of the ninety or so plays composed by Euripides between 455 and 406 bce survive in a complete form and are included in the preceding six volumes of the Loeb Euripides. A further fifty-two tragedies and eleven satyr plays, including a few of disputed authorship, are known from ancient quotations and references and from numerous papyri discovered since 1880. No more than one-fifth of any play is represented, but many can be reconstructed with some accuracy in outline, and many of the fragments are striking in themselves. The extant plays and the fragments together make Euripides by far the best known of the classic Greek tragedians.

This edition, in a projected two volumes, offers the first complete English translation of the fragments together with a selection of testimonia bearing on the content of the plays. The texts are based on the recent comprehensive edition of R. Kannicht. A general Introduction discusses the evidence for the lost plays. Each play is prefaced by a select bibliography and an introductory discussion of its mythical background, plot, and location of the fragments, general character, chronology, and impact on subsequent literary and artistic traditions.