(?525-?456 BC) an ancient Greek writer who was one of the earliest writers to develop the European style of ↑drama (=plays for the theatre) , especially ↑tragedy

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  • Aeschylus — wurde im Jahre 525 zu Eleusis geboren und brachte einen großen Theil seines Lebens zu Athen zu. In dieser Zeit hat der griechische Geist bekanntlich wie durch den Ruhm und Glanz seiner Thaten, so durch die vollendete Kunstform seiner geistigen… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Aeschylus — Aeschylus,   attischer Dichter, Aischylos …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Aeschylus — Gk. Aiskhylos, Athenian soldier, poet, and playwright, Father of Tragedy (525 456 B.C.E.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Aeschylus — [es′ki ləs] 525? 456 B.C.; Gr. writer of tragedies Aeschylean [es΄ki lē′ən] adj …   English World dictionary

  • Aeschylus — Aeschylean /es keuh lee euhn/ or, esp. Brit., /ee skeuh /, adj. /es keuh leuhs/ or, esp. Brit., /ee skeuh /, n. 525 456 B.C., Greek poet and dramatist. * * * born 525/524 died 456/455 BC, Gela, Sicily Greek tragic dramatist. He fought with the… …   Universalium

  • Aeschylus — ] The first competition, which Aeschylus would have participated in, was for the tragedians, and consisted of three playwrights each presenting three tragic plays followed by a shorter comedic satyr play. A second competition of five comedic… …   Wikipedia

  • AESCHYLUS — I. AESCHYLUS Rhodisu, cum Peuceste Macedone, deditae Aegypto praepositus. Curt. l. 4. c. 8. II. AESCHYLUS duodecimus Atheniensium Iudex, seu Archon perpetuus, in Marmore Arundel. ubi Medontidae (h. e. Medontis primi Archontis posteri)… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Aeschylus — Aischylos Aischylos (dt. Aussprache [ aɪ̯sçʏlɔs]; griechisch Αἰσχύλος, klassische Aussprache [ai̯skʰýlos]; latinisiert Äschylus, Aeschylus oder Æschylus; * …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Aeschylus — noun /ˈɛs.kə.ləs,ˈɛ.skə.ləs/ A Greek dramatic poet (525 BC 456 BC); Aeschylus was the earliest of the three greatest Greek tragedians. See Also: Aeschylean …   Wiktionary

  • Aeschylus of Alexandria — Aeschylus (Gr. polytonic|Αισχύλος) of Alexandria was an epic poet who must have lived before the end of the 2nd century, and whom Athenaeus calls a well informed man. One of his poems bore the title Amphitryon, and another Messeniaca. A fragment… …   Wikipedia

  • Aeschylus of Rhodes — Aeschylus (Gr. polytonic|Αισχύλος) of Rhodes was appointed by Alexander the Great one of the in­spectors of the governors of that country after its conquest in 332 BC. [Arrian, Anabasis Alexandri iii. 5; comp. Curt. iv. 8] He is not spoken of… …   Wikipedia

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