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Sophocles,Lewis Campbell
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SOPHOCLES (497 BC - 406 BC), translated by Lewis CAMPBELL (1830 - 1908) Women of Trachis (Ancient Greek: Τραχίνιαι, Trachiniai; also translated as The Trachiniae or The Trachinian Maidens) is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles

SOPHOCLES (497 BC - 406 BC), translated by Lewis CAMPBELL (1830 - 1908) Women of Trachis (Ancient Greek: Τραχίνιαι, Trachiniai; also translated as The Trachiniae or The Trachinian Maidens) is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles. The story begins with Deianeira, the wife of Heracles, relating the story of her early life and her plight adjusting to married life. She is now distraught over her husband's neglect of her family. Often involved in some adventure, he rarely visits them.

Her name is Deianeira, and she struggles with the neglect she and her family suffer from the frequent and lengthy adventures of Hercules. The trachinian maidens. Translated by lewis campbell.

1906 - Lewis Campbell: verse. The End of the Trachiniae. Illinois Classical Studies 6:56–74. Tragic Rhetoric: An Interpretation of Sophocles’ Trachiniae. 1912 - Francis Storr: verse: full text. 1938 - Esther S. Barlow: verse. Finglass, P. J. 2016. όγος μὲν ἔστ᾽ ἀρχαῖος : Stories and story-telling in Sophocles’ Trachiniae. Transactions of the American Philological Association 121:75–98.

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LibriVox recording of Trachiniai (Campbell Translation) by Sophocles. Read in English by Expatriate. Women of Trachis (Ancient Greek: Τραχίνιαι, Trachiniai; also translated as The Trachiniae or The Trachinian Maidens) is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles. Often involved in some adventure, he rarely visits them

SOPHOCLES (497 BCE - 406 BCE), translated by Lewis CAMPBELL (1830 - 1908). Women of Trachis (Ancient Greek: Τραχίνιαι, Trachiniai; also translated as The Trachiniae or The Trachinian Maidens) is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles

SOPHOCLES (497 BCE - 406 BCE), translated by Lewis CAMPBELL (1830 - 1908). Often involved in some adventure, he rarely visits them

Women of Trachis (Ancient Greek: Τραχίνιαι, Trachiniai; also translated as The Trachiniae or The Trachinian Maidens) is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles.

Women of Trachis (Ancient Greek: Τραχίνιαι, Trachiniai; also translated as The Trachiniae or The Trachinian Maidens) is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles. She sends their son Hyllus to find him, as she is concerned over prophecies about Heracles and the land he is currently in.

The Trachinian Maidens’ (also ‘Women of Trachis’ or ‘The Trachiniae’) is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles, in which Deianeira, the wife of Heracles, is distraught over her husband's neglect of her family

The Trachinian Maidens’ (also ‘Women of Trachis’ or ‘The Trachiniae’) is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles, in which Deianeira, the wife of Heracles, is distraught over her husband's neglect of her family. Unable to cope with the thought of losing him, she decides to use a love charm on him, a magic potion that will win him back. One fee. Stacks of books.

The Maidens of Trachis, translated by E. H. Plumptre (1878). Trachiniae, translated by Richard Claverhouse Jebb (1917). The Trachinian Maidens, translated by Lewis Campbell (1906).

One of the few known plays of Sophocles, the great Greek tragedian, "The Trachinian Maidens" or "The Trachiniae" gives an insightful account of the wife of Hercules. Her name is Deianeira, and she struggles with the neglect she and her family suffer from the frequent and lengthy adventures of Hercules. When she discovers that her husband has laid siege to a city just to obtain the beautiful Iole, Deianeira is determined to create a charm that will cause Hercules to love none more than her. The result is disastrous, for Deianeira was deceived, and the consequences for the couple prove painful and fatal.