Spyridon Vassiliadis

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Spyridon Vassiliadis
Born 1845
Patras, Greece
Died 1877
Athens, Greece
Nationality Greek
Occupation poet, playwright

Spyridon Vassiliadis (Greek: Σπυρίδων Βασιλειάδης; 1845–1877) was a Greek poet and a theatrical writer. He studied law other than his writings. He wrote many poetic books and theatrical works in which many were translated into French. He became a member of the Parnassos Philological Society. He died at a young age.


Poetic works[edit]

Title Greek transliteration English name
Eikones kai kymata Εικόνες και κύματα Icons And Waves
Epea pteroenda Έπεα πτερόεντα -

Theatrical works[edit]

Title Greek transliteration English name
Amaltheia or Amalthia Αμάλθεια Amalthea
Semeli Σεμέλη Semele
Galat(e)ia Γαλάτεια Galatea
Sky(l)la or Ski(l)la Σκύλλα Scylla
Thani Kl(e)istheni Θάνη Κλεισθένη Cleisthenes


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