Cover of Erofili (1637 edition)
Crete (then Kingdom of Candia)
|Education||Accademia dei Vivi|
|Notable work(s)||Erofili, Katsourbos, Panoria|
|Movement||Cretan Renaissance, Cretan literature|
Georgios Chortatzis (c. 1545–1610) was a Greek dramatist in Cretan verse. He was, along with Vitsentzos Kornaros, one of the main representatives of a school of literature in the vernacular Cretan dialect that flourished in the late 16th and early 17th centuries under Venetian rule. His best-known work is Erofili (or Erophile), a tragedy set in Egypt.