Plot : The earliest intact play from Euripides, the third of the great classical Greek tragedians.
King Admetus is granted a boon from Apollo to escape an early Fated death if he can find someone to take his place. 573 more words
The earliest surviving musical document preserves a few bars of sung music from fifth-century BC tragedian Euripides’ play Orestes. You can see the papyrus fragment below, written around 200 BC in Egypt and called “Katolophyromai” after the first word in the “stasimon,” or choral song. 136 more words
Steelers leave Cincinnati bruised, battered — and alive in AFC playoffs
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Did the “gods of football” deliver Karmic justice to the Cincinnati fans for booing and throwing garbage on Pittsburgh Steeler QB Big Ben when he was taken off injured? 139 more words