This character acts as a personification of the people of Athens and is represented as being a foolish old man, selfish and testy.
This person was part of an aristocratic Athenian family who became the head of a powerful faction of voters.
This person came from a poor family, but in adulthood is well off although his son is bankrupting him.
This person is considered the founder of moral and political philosophy and known for questioning the beliefs of well-known citizens.
This person has an obsession with serving on juries, making accusations against others, and judging fellow citizens.
This character acts as a protagonist of Birds and organizes a war against mankind and the gods.
This person, the son of another character, has more sense than his father.
This character is a great bird that was once a man and...
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