Web Links: Medea
- Euripides' Medea
- A very nice site including basic information as well as reading and
Guide : Euripides' Medea
- Just what it says, a concise study guide to the play.
- Medea Myth Study Guide
- A nice resource by Robin Mitchell-Boyask, Dept. of Classics, Temple
- This site contains a wealth of information and links to commentaries,
reviews, e-text and lots more.
Web Links: Euripides
- The Internet Classics
Archive | Andromache by Euripides
- An e-text of Andromache by Euripides written 428-24 B.C.E Translated
by E. P. Coleridge
- From the Perseus Project, an e-text translated by David Kovacs. Also
includes related links and other information.
- Euripides Lecture
- This lecture hall is devoted to all contemplations, musings, and
queries concerning Euripides: Rhesus, Medea, Hippolytus, Alcestis, Heracleidae, The
Suppliants, The Trojan Women, Ion, Helen, Andromache, Electra, The Bacchantes, Hecuba,
Heracles, Mad, The Phoenician Maidens, Orestes, Iphigenia, Among the Tauri, Iphigenia at
Aulis, The Cyclops.
- Great Books Index -
- Very thorough site with links to e-texts of many of Euripides's
works. A good place to begin your research.
- Euripides (c. 480-406
- General information including a biography and related links.
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