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