Andromède

Andromède (Andromeda) is a French verse play in a prologue and five acts by Pierre Corneille, first performed {Circa|1 February 1650} by the Troupe Royale de l`Hôtel de Bourgogne at the Théâtre Royal de Bourbon in Paris. The story is taken from Books IV and V of Ovid`s Metamorphoses and concerns the transformation of Perseus and Andromeda. =.....
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Andromede

• (n.) Alt. of Andromed
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Andromède

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