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Sees the women led to ships, and weeps.
Works at the deli counter, evening shift.
The earliest surviving musical document preserves a few bars of sung music from fifth-century BC tragedian Euripides’ play Orestes. You can see the papyrus fragment below, written around 200 BC … Continue reading →
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