Hippolytus

Notes

  1. ^ "Euripides' Hippolytus", translated by George Theodoridis
  2. ^ See, e.g., Barrett 1964; McDermott 2000.
  3. ^ Hence the title: Hippolytus was so shocked by Phaedra's advances that he covers his face with a veil in horror.
  4. ^ This according to a hypothesis appended to the text of the Hippolytus that survives.

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