User talk:Solowords

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Hi - welcome to wikipedia. Glad to see we have a translator of these ancient greek plays contributing. Just wanted to let you know I moved your contribution on the frogs play to it's talk page - it's probably a better fit for it for the format it is in right now. I hope you'll continue to share your insight on these plays. Thanks! -Ravenous 21:43, 17 August 2006 (UTC)

The Frogs[edit]

There are still some issues with the contributions you've added to The Frogs page. See The Frogs Discussion Page for more info. - Ravenous 18:24, 20 August 2006 (UTC)

Re: on my link to Aeschylus' Oresteia[edit]

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On the date of Elektra.[edit]

Solowords (talk) 09:24, 23 April 2017 (UTC)It is more commonly believed that the play was produced between 410 and 413 BC. Tasos Roussos for example, in his introduction to his translation of the play(CACTUS EDITIONS, Athens 1992), cites lines 1347-8 where the Dioscuroi talk of ships in the Sicilian Sea to be supporting the view that it was staged in Spring 413BC. The passage, Roussos suggests, might well be referring to the sailing of the Athenian ships towards Sicily for that fatal expedition.

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