Conducted at Sapienza (supervisor Anna Maria Belardinelli), with a second supervisor from the University of Saint Andrews (Stephen Haliwell), my doctoral dissertation consists in the first critical edition and commentary to include all surviving fragments from 5th-century BC tragedies on the myth of Thyestes. Three authors are known to have composed plays about the many episodes of this complex character’s mythical saga: Sophocles, Euripides and Agathon. Of their work, we currently possess 58 fragments, all of them coming from indirect tradition.

Nessun luogo a cui conducano gli dèi è vergognoso (Soph. F 247 R2): Tieste nei frammenti di Sofocle, Euripide e Agatone

SUARIA, TOMMASO
2022

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Conducted at Sapienza (supervisor Anna Maria Belardinelli), with a second supervisor from the University of Saint Andrews (Stephen Haliwell), my doctoral dissertation consists in the first critical edition and commentary to include all surviving fragments from 5th-century BC tragedies on the myth of Thyestes. Three authors are known to have composed plays about the many episodes of this complex character’s mythical saga: Sophocles, Euripides and Agathon. Of their work, we currently possess 58 fragments, all of them coming from indirect tradition.
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