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Classical Drama and Society


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There were actually two Byzantine school traditions, one including seven plays and the other three. In the case of Sophocles' and Aeschylus' plays, the three and the seven coincided so that only seven plays by each playwright were passed down. But in Euripides' case, the seven and the three did not overlap, rendering ten "select" plays.

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