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Prometheus Bound, by Aeschylus (undated), is the story of how Prometheus is punished for disobeying the god Zeus.

The Persians, by Aeschylus (472 B.C.), is a history play that recounts an event from the Greek and Persian Wars.

Oedipus Rex, by Sophocles (c. 430^26 B.C.), is the story of one man's attempts to escape his fate. This play tells the story of the events that precede Seven Against Thebes.

Antigone, by Sophocles (c. 441 B.C.), is aliterary and mythical sequel to Seven Against Thebes. This tragedy also deals with the problems of excessive pride and stubbornness. It also delves into the responsibility that all men have to bury the dead.

Bacchae, by Euripides (c. 405 B.C.), is often regarded as a condemnation of religious excess.

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