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Euripides
   wrote   
Medea
Play. An ancient Greek tragedy
Euripides
   wrote   
Orestes
Play. 484-406 BCE. Follows the events of Orestes after he had murdered his mother.
Euripides
   wrote   
Trojan Women
Play. The third tragedy of a trilogy of dealing with the Trojan War.
Euripides
   said   
"The Best and Safest Thing is to Keep a Balance in Your Life, Acknowledge the Great Powers Around Us and in Us. If You Can Do That, and Live That Way, You Are Really a Wise Man."
Greek Tragic Dramatist
Euripides
   said   
"Circumstances Rule Men and Not Men Rule Circumstances."
Greek Tragic Dramatist
Euripides
   said   
"Do Not Consider Painful What is Good for You."
Greek Tragic Dramatist
Euripides
   said   
"Short is the Joy That Guilty Pleasure Brings."
Greek Tragic Dramatist
Euripides
   said   
"Talk Sense to a Fool and He Calls You Foolish."
Greek Tragic Dramatist
Euripides
   said   
"Waste Not Fresh Tears over Old Griefs."
Greek Tragic Dramatist
Euripides
   said   
"Your Very Silence Shows You Agree."
Greek Tragic Dramatist
Euripides
   said   
"When a Good Man is Hurt, All Who Would Be Called Good Must Suffer With Him."
Greek Tragic Dramatist
House of Medea
   was created by   
Euripides
Home in which Jason and Medea live while exiled, from "Medea", English translation, 1781
Euripides
   was a   
Greek Playwright
Last of the three great Athenian tragedians; c. 480-406 BCE
Euripides
   was a   
Greek Playwright
Last of the three great Athenian tragedians; c. 480-406 BCE






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