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Aristophanes (c.448 B.C.–c.388 B.C.).  The Frogs.
The Harvard Classics.  1909–14.
 
Dramatis Personæ
 
 
The God Dionysus
Euripides
Xanthias, his slave
Heracles
Æschylus
Pluto
Charon
Aeacus, house porter to Pluto
A Corpse
A Maidservant of Persephone
Plathane, her partner
A Landlady in Hades
A Chorus of Frogs
A Chorus of Initiated Persons
  
Attendants at a Funeral; Women worshipping Iacchus; Servants of Pluto, &c.
 

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