Aeschylus was an Athenian playwright of the Sixth and Fifth centuries BC, and was one of the shapers of Western theatrical tradition.

Extant playsEdit

The PersiansEdit

The Seven Against ThebesEdit

The SuppliantsEdit

The Oresteia: AgamemnonEdit

The Oresteia: The The Libation BearersEdit

The Oresteia: The EumenidesEdit

Prometheus BoundEdit

Lost PlaysEdit

Many of his plays of his can be found in the Musée des Univers Perdus. It is advised that one take Bleeprin or Suebuprofen with the satyr plays.

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