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Greek Myth admin on 31 Aug 2015

Electra (XII)

The Sophoclean recognition scene between Electra and Orestes involves the signet ring once owned by King Agagmemnon.

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Greek Myth admin on 30 Aug 2015

Electra (XI)

The Aeschylean recognition scene between Electra and Orestes involves three tokens: swaddling cloth, footprint and lock of hair.

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Greek Myth admin on 29 Aug 2015

Electra (X)

Against his volition, Orestes killed his mother Clytemnestra, and as a result, he is hounded by the Furies, spirits of vengeance.

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Greek Myth admin on 28 Aug 2015

Electra (IX)

Orestes follows the commands of Apollo to slay the murderers of his father Agamemnon; and yet, by doing so, he commits matricide.

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Greek Myth admin on 27 Aug 2015

Electra (VIII)

The Electra myth was dramatized by the three great tragedians: Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides.

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Greek Myth admin on 26 Aug 2015

Electra (VII)

Orestes killed Clytemnestra and Aegisthus.

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Greek Myth admin on 25 Aug 2015

Electra (VI)

Orestes and Electra planned their vengeance against Clytemnestra and Aegisthus.

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Greek Myth admin on 24 Aug 2015

Electra (V)

When Orestes returned to his home after many years of exile, he reunited with his sister Electra.

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Greek Myth admin on 23 Aug 2015

Electra (IV)

Electra always hated the murderers of her father, her mother Clytemnestra and her lover Aegisthus.

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Greek Myth admin on 22 Aug 2015

Electra (III)

Electra always mourned the death of her father.

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