Euripides (c. 484-407/406) - Greek Tragedy
Euripides was an ancient Greek writer of tragedies -- the third of the famous trio. He wrote about women and mythological themes like Medea and Helen of Troy.
(480-406 BC) Greek writer. Euripides was quite popular during his time. He wrote some 92 plays in his lifetime, and he won four first prizes. Read more about the life and works of Euripides.
Works by Euripides
Read his famous plays online, including Heracles, Hippolytus, and Medea.