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(G.B.K.) Sophocles More than any other dramatist of classical Greece —
including his great fellow tragedians Aeschylus and Euripides — the poet
Sophocles gave profound form to complex dilemmas of experience in the 5th
century bc, while ...
By any measure he was the most reliably creative of the three most famous Greek
tragedians: he had a longer career than either his older contemporary Aeschylus
or his younger contemporary Euripides; he wrote more, and he won more ...
The first extant drama for which a large building was necessary was Aeschylus's
trilogy the Oresteia, produced in 458 BC. There has been a controversy among
historians as to whether the skÚnÚ was set up inside a segment of the orchestra
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