Definition of Aeschylus in English:

Aeschylus

Syllabification: Aes·chy·lus
Pronunciation: /ˈeskələs
 
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  • (Circa 525-circa 456 bc), Greek dramatist. He is best known for his trilogy, the Oresteia (458 bc), consisting of the tragedies Agamemnon, Choephoroe, and Eumenides.

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