Talk:Thesmophoriazusae

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Edit[edit]

My recent edit is just changing the alternative names for this poem. As this can be called Thesmophoriazusae, thesmorphoria or Poet and the women. 10:26, 25 March 2008 (UTC)

Work in progress[edit]

I'm now editing this article as a follow-up to my edits of Aristophanes. Lucretius (talk) 12:22, 20 January 2009 (UTC)

Nav. box[edit]

I have restored the nav box (linking to Aristophanes' plays) to the top of the article because it allows for easy cross-referencing between plays and because it is a useful reminder that each play is best understood in the context of all the plays. Lucretius (talk) 00:21, 11 May 2009 (UTC)