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Euripides (480 or 485–406 B.C.).  Hippolytus.
The Harvard Classics.  1909–14.
 
Dramatis Personæ
 
The Goddess Aphrodite
Theseus, King of Athens and Trozên
Phædra, daughter of Minos, King of Crete, wife to Theseus
Hippolytus, bastard son of Theseus and the Amazon Hippolyte
The Nurse of Phaedra
A Henchman of Hippolytus
The Goddess Artemis
An Old Huntsman
A Chorus of Huntsmen
Attendants on the Three Royal Persons
A Chorus of Trozenian Women, with Their Leader
 
  The scene is laid in Trozên. The play was first acted when Epameinon was Archon, Olympiad 87, year 4 (B.C. 429). Euripides was first, Iophon second, Ion third.
 

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