Phrynichus

(lived late 6th-early 5th century BC) Athenian tragic poet, probably a disciple of Thespis, who produced his first play in 511 BC. He was the first to use female masks, that is, to...
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Phrynichus

Athenian tragic poet, an older contemporary of Aeschylus. Phrynichus is the earliest tragedian of whose work some conception can be formed.
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Phrynichus

comic poet of Attic Old Comedy. Phrynichus, son of Eunomis, belonged to the last generation to write in that style. He produced his first play in 434 ...
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Phrynichus

Phrynichus (frin'ikus) , fl. c.510–476 B.C., Athenian dramatist, considered by some ancients (including Plato) to be the founder of tragedy. His historical play, The Taking of Miletus, which concerns the capture of Miletus by the Persians, had such a painful theme that it moved the Athenia...
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Phrynichus

Phrynichus, fl. 430 B.C., Athenian comic poet. Fragments of his works, of the Old Comedy, survive.
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Phrynichus

[tragic poet] Phrynichus (Φρύνιχος), son of Polyphradmon and pupil of Thespis, was one of the earliest of the Greek tragedians.{ref|Buckham1} Some of the ancients regarded him as the real founder of tragedy.{Citation needed|date=October 2009} Phrynichus is said to have died in Sicily. His son Polyphrasmon was also a playwright. ==Wo
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Phrynichus

[comic poet] Phrynichus (Φρύνιχος) was a poet of the Old Attic comedy and a contemporary of Aristophanes. His first comedy was exhibited in 429 BC. He composed ten plays, of which the Solitary (Μονότροπος) was exhibited at the City Dionysia in 414 along with the Birds of Aristophanes and gained the third prize. The Muses c
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