Aeschylus was known to have fought in the battle of Marathon (490 BC). His first prize in Greek dramatic contests came in 484 BC, and was followed by many more over the next 30 years. Not all of his work has survived and only one of his three known trilogies, the Oresteia is complete. Aeschylus' contributions to the stage included the introduction of a second actor, which until that time had not been used.
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The Choephori [Play]
The Persians [Play]
Prometheus Bound [Play]
The Seven Against Thebes [Play]
The Suppliants [Play]
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