Models for the audience’s emotional response in Euripides’ Ion

Vasileios Dimoglidis, Ph.D. Student (Ancient Greek and Latin Literature), Department of Classics – University of Cincinnati: Cite as: Vasileios Dimoglidis. “Models for the Audience’s Emotional Response in Euripides’ Ion”. Archive 17 (January 6, 2021): 6–15. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4445999 Περίληψη Ο Ίων του Ευριπίδη είναι ένα άγνωστο και αμφιλεγόμενο έργο. Η χρονολόγησή …

Αττικό θέατρο, θρησκεία και πολιτική

Ανδρονίκη Μαστοράκη, (MSc) στην Συστηματική Φιλοσοφία: Abstract At the end of the archaic era flourished the cult of Dionysus. Two factors contributed significantly to this fact. On the one hand, the rituals of Dionysus (god of vegetation and fertility), with their frantic festivities and unbridled enthusiasm, found fertile ground in …

Αισχύλος και Ευριπίδης στους Βατράχους του Αριστοφάνη

Ανδρονίκη Μαστοράκη, (MSc) στην Συστηματική Φιλοσοφία: Abstract Ancient Greek comedy is one of the two main pillars that supported the edifice of Attic drama. Time was no generous with comedy, as only eleven works have been saved by a single creator, Aristophanes. One of these works, Frogs, is of particular …

Θεϊκή επενέργεια και θεϊκή παρέμβαση στον Ευριπίδη

Σιούλη Κατάκη Ζωή, Υ/Δ Πανεπιστημίου Πελοποννήσου Abstract The themes of the ancient tragedy were drawn from the rich legacy of Greek mythology and concerned the achievements of gods and heroes of prehistoric times. In particular, a large part of Greek mythology concerned the relationship between gods and heroes and their …