Phaedra

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Phaedra may refer to:

Mythology[edit]

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Film[edit]

  • Phaedra (film), a 1962 film by Jules Dassin based on the Phaedra myth
  • Phaedra Cinema, a distributor of films in the USA of the late 20th century

Music[edit]

Plays[edit]

  • Hippolytus (play), a play by Euripides based on the Phaedra myth
  • Phaedra (Seneca) (sometimes known as Hippolytus), a play by Seneca the Younger based on the Phaedra myth and on Euripides' play Hippolytus
  • Phèdre, a dramatic tragedy by Jean Racine first performed in 1677
  • Phaedra's Love, a modern adaptation of Seneca's Phaedra by British playwright Sarah Kane first performed in 1996
  • Phaedra (1962), English translation of Racine's work by Robert Lowell
  • Phaedra Britannica (1975), Tony Harrison's version of Racine's work set in the British Raj

People[edit]

Science[edit]

Further[edit]

  • PHAIDRA (German spelling of Phaedra) is the acronym for Permanent Hosting, Archiving and Indexing of Digital Resources and Assets, the long-term archive of the University of Vienna

See also[edit]