Aeschylus Definition

ĕskə-ləs, ēskə-
proper name
525?-456 b.c.; Gr. writer of tragedies.
Webster's New World
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pronoun

A Greek dramatic poet (525 BC - 456 BC); Aeschylus was the earliest of the three greatest Greek tragedians.

Wiktionary
(historical) A male given name.
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other
Greek tragic dramatist whose plays were the first to include two actors in addition to the chorus. Only 7 of his 90 dramas survive, including the Oresteia trilogy (458).
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Origin of Aeschylus

  • From Ancient Greek Αἰσχύλος (Aischulos).

    From Wiktionary

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