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|Native name||Брытъиаты Елбыздыхъо|
March 23, 1881.|
Dallagkau, Terek Oblast, Russian Empire
|Died||September 25, 1923
Vladikavkaz, Mountain ASSR, USSR
Elbazduko Britayev (Ossetian: Брытъиаты Цопаны фырт Елбыздыхъо , Russian: Елбыздыко Бритаев) (1881 – 1923) was an Ossetian author and playwright, considered the founder of Ossetian traditional theatre. Many phrases from his works have become proverbs, such as "Love does not follow the rules of wisdom", and the characters that he created are being increasingly re-used.
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