Mysians

Year: 
between 468 and 406 BC
Genres: 
Tragedy
Medium of performance: 
Fully Staged Play
Languages: 
Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
People involved: 
(Dramatist)
Venues and occasions: 
Production notes: 
We do not know when this play was first produced. The date range given here is based on Sophocles' first competition (Mar. Par) and his last (Life of Euripides 2). It is assumed here that the play would have been performed in Athens. It is possible that this play belonged to a tetralogy about Telephus and was produced together with Son of Aleus, Telephus and Eurypylus. For the existence of a Telephus trilogy by Sophocles, see IG II² 3091.

How to cite this ancient performance

Mysians, accessed at http://www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk/ancient-performance/performance/654 <20 January 2021>