Sophocles Revisited: Essays Presented to Sir Hugh Lloyd-Jones

Referenced productions

Production First performed Pagination Ancient works performed
Philoctetes (1540 - 1560) 1540 262 Philoktetes
Horestes (1550 - 1567) 1550 264 Choephoroi (The Libation Bearers), Eumenides, Orestes
Ajax Flagellifer [a planned performance] (1564) 1564 262 Aias (Ajax)
Antigone (1583) 1583 262 Antigone
The Four Ages: The Golden Age, The Silver Age, The Bronze Age, and The Iron Age (1609 - 1613) 1609 264 n.13 Agamemnon, Eumenides, Choephoroi (The Libation Bearers), Amphitruo
The Tragedie of Orestes (1609 - 1619) 1609 262-263 Orestes, Thyestes, Elektra, Agamemnon
Oreste (1750) 1750 Elektra
Orestes (1769) 1769 276-278 Elektra
Electra (1774) 1774 277-278; illustration at 278 Elektra
Oreste et Electre (1775) 1775 279 Elektra
Trachinians (1776) 1776 277 n.64 Trachiniai (The Women of Trachis)
Œdipus Tyrannus (1776) 1776 277 n.64 Oedipus the King
Oreste (1821) 1821 281 Elektra
Orestes in Argos (1825) 1825 281-282; illustrations at 283 and 284 Elektra
The Athenian Captive (1838) 1838 281 n.80 Elektra
Electra; or, The Lost Pleiade (1849) 1849 285-286
Alcestis: The Original Strong-Minded Woman. A Classical Burlesque in One Act (1850) 1850 287 Alkestis
Electra in a New Electr'ic Light (1859) 1859 285-288 Elektra
Agamemnon (1880) 1880 291 Agamemnon
Ajax (1882) 1882 291 Aias (Ajax)
Birds (1883) 1883 291 Birds
Elektra (1883) 1883 291-297; illustrations at 292, 294, 295 Elektra
Eumenides (1885) 1885 291 Eumenides
Alcestis (1887) 1887 293 Alkestis
Electra (1889) 1889 297 Elektra
Elektra (1910) 1910 298 Elektra
Clytemnestra (1923) 1923 297 Agamemnon, Elektra
Electra (1933) 1933 300-301 Elektra
Oedipus Rex (1945 - 1946) 1944 298 Oedipus the King
Electra (1951) 1951 298-299 Elektra
Elektra (1966) 1966 198 n.147 Elektra
Electra (1991 - 1992) 1991 261 Elektra
Electra (1997 - 1998) 1997 299; illustration at 299 Elektra

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