Alcestis (Euripides)

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English-language translations of
Ἄλκηστις (Alcestis)

by Euripides

Ἄλκηστις (Alkēstis, Latin: Alcestis) is a tragedy and one of the earliest surviving works of the Greek playwright Euripides. Admetus has made a deal with Death that his wife Alcestis should die in his place.

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