This is one of the few complete, surviving examples of Greek theater.
This is a powerful city that is the setting for the tragedies of the first play.
This place is the scene of many murders over the years.
The Carpet of Purple Cloth
This represents death and destruction for the house of Atreus.
Clytemnestra's Ax and Agamemnon's Bath
These items are involved in the murder of a king of Mycenae.
This is place where Electra and Orestes are reunited.
Orestes' Lock of Hair
This is discovered by Electra and tells her that her brother is back in Mycenae.
The Oracle at Delphi
This is a strong line of a communication between the gods and the humans.
This place is a powerful city, known for their laws and justice.
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