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Ancient Greek Drama
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An index of Ancient Greek drama on Wikisource.
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Ancient Greek drama

General[edit]

Drama & Theatre
Synopses & Literary Conspectus
Criticism & Analysis
Theory & Structure
Language & Prosody

Tragedies[edit]

Performance of Oedipus Rex
Aeschylus
 Play Translations
Agamemnon[1] Morshead (1881, 1889 Speaker Icon.svg) Swanwick (1886) Browning (1877) Speaker Icon.svg
Choephori[1] Morshead (1881, 1889 Speaker Icon.svg) Swanwick (1886)
Eumenides[1] "Furies" Morshead (1881, 1889 Speaker Icon.svg) Swanwick (1886)
The Persians Cookson (1922); Morshead (1908) Speaker Icon.svg Potter (1777); Swanwick (1886)
Prometheus Bound Cookson (1922); Morshead (1908) Swanwick (1886); Browning (1851) Speaker Icon.svg

Thoreau (1843) Speaker Icon.svg

Seven against Thebes Cookson (1922); Morshead (1908) Speaker Icon.svg Swanwick (1886)
The Suppliants Cookson (1922); Morshead (1883 Speaker Icon.svg, 1908) Swanwick (1886)
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Part of The Oresteia.


Euripides
 Play Translations
Alcestis Coleridge (1891); Murray (1915); A. Way (1894)
Andromache
Bacchae Coleridge (1891)
The Cyclops Coleridge (1891) Shelley (1824)
Electra
Hecuba A. Way (1894)
Helen Coleridge (1891)
Heracleidae Coleridge (1891)
Heracles
Hippolytus Coleridge (1891)
Ion Coleridge (1891)
Iphigenia at Aulis Buckley (1892)
Iphigenia in Tauris A. Way (1898)
Medea Coleridge (1891)
Orestes A. Way (1898)
Phoenician Women A. Way (1898)
Rhesus[1] Coleridge (1891)
The Suppliants Coleridge (1891)
Trojan Women Coleridge (1891); Murray (1900)
  1. The authorship of this play is disputed.


Sophocles
 Play Translations
Ajax Jebb (1917); Plumptre (1878) Trevelyan (1919)
Antigone[1] Jebb (1917); Plumptre (1878) Speaker Icon.svg
Electra Jebb (1917); Plumptre (1878)
Oedipus at Colonus[1] Jebb (1917) Speaker Icon.svg Plumptre (1878); Storr (1912)
Oedipus Rex[1] Jebb (1917); Plumptre (1878)
Philoctetes Jebb (1917) Plumptre (1878)
Trachiniae Jebb (1917); Plumptre (1878)
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 One of the three "Theban" plays.

Comedies[edit]

Performance of Lysistrata
Aristophanes
 Play Translations
The Acharnians Frere (1909)
Birds Athenian Soc. (1912) Frere (1909)
Clouds Hickie (1853)
Ecclesiazusae[1] Hickie (1853)
Frogs Athenian Soc. (1912)
Knights Athenian Soc. (1912) Frere (1909)
Lysistrata Athenian Soc. (1912)
Peace Athenian Soc. (1912)
Plutus "Wealth" Athenian Soc. (1912)
Thesmophoriazusae[2] Athenian Soc. (1912)
Wasps Athenian Soc. (1912)
  1. Or, the "Assemblywomen"
  2. Or, the "Festival Women"


Menander

Dramatists[edit]

Acestor
Achaeus
Aeantides
Aeschylus
Agathon
Alcaeus
Alcimenes
Alexander Aetolus
Alexander of Athens
Alexis
Ameipsias
Amphis
Anaxandrides
Anaxilas
Anaxippus
Antidotus
Antiphanes
Aphareus
Apollodorus of Carystus
Araros
Archedicus
Archippus
Aristarchus of Tegea
Aristophanes
Aristophon
Augeas
Autocrates
Axionicus
Chionides
Choerilus
Crates
Cratinus
Critias
Eubulus
Eupolis
Euripides
Ion of Chios
Iophon
Lycophron
Menander
Pherecrates
Philemon
Phrynichus (comicus)
Phrynichus (tragicus)
Posidippus
Pratinas
Sophilus
Sophocles
Sophron
Thespis

Classicists[edit]

Gilbert Murray

Scholars

Text editors

Translators

See also[edit]