This @CourseHero infographic on Medea is both visually stunning and informative!

This 'Medea' infographic from Course Hero is as awesome as it is helpful.

Masks for The Oresteia, 1981. These masks were designed by Jocelyn Herbert for the Greek play The Oresteia by Aeschylus.

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Masks designed by Jocelyn Herbert for the Greek play The Oresteia by Aeschylus.

Medea by Euripides: The play opens in a state of conflict. Jason has abandoned Medea in hope to advance his station by marrying Glauce, the daughter of the King of Corinth. Fearing a plot of revenge, the King tries to banish Medea. However, Medea’s pleads for mercy grants her one day before she must leave, during which she plans to complete her quest for revenge.

Mythology Meme -> Plays -> Medea by Euripides “The play opens in a state of conflict. Jason has abandoned Medea in hope to advance his station by marrying Glauce, the daughter of the King of Corinth.

Tells the story of Medea and Jason including their marriage and divorce. Also, we see the story of Medea's revenge against Jason.

Study Guide for Euripides's Medea including scene summary, character analysis, and more. Learn all about Medea, ask questions, and get the answers you need.

Medea, National Theatre, review: 'thrilling and merciless' - Telegraph

Medea, National Theatre, review: 'thrilling and merciless'

This production of Euripides’s Medea leaves you feeling both appalled and strangely elated, says Charles Spencer

Medea- Schauspiel Frankfurt: This picture represents the view of how insignificantly women were viewed in Nawal's home village.

Medea- schauspiel frankfurt film above then project same shadow on wall

Alphonse Mucha. Medea, 1898 I once posed as this painting for a friend's GCSE project :P

In addition to designing Sarah’s jewels, Mucha of course famously designed posters for many of her performances. this poster of depicts the divine one as Medea, in the production of Médée performed at the Theatre de la Renaissance.

Medea, by William Wetmore Story, at the Met  - In Greek mythology, Medea was the daughter of King Aeëtes of Colchis, niece of Circe, granddaughter of the sun god Helios, and later wife to the hero Jason, with whom she had two children, Mermeros and Pheres. In Euripides's play Medea, Jason leaves Medea when Creon, king of Corinth, offers him his daughter, Glauce.  The play tells about how Medea avenges her husband's betrayal.

Medea - Artist: William Wetmore Story (American, Boston, Massachusetts Vallombrosa) - Date: carved 1868 - Medium: Marble - Dimensions: 82 x 26 x 27 in. x x cm) - Classification: Sculpture - Credit Line: Gift of Henry Chauncey, 1894

Let no one think of me as humble or weak or passive; let them understand I am of a different kind: dangerous to my enemies, loyal to my friends. To such a life glory belongs. — Euripides, from Medea and Other Plays; “Medea” tr. by Philip Vellacott

Divorce shaming is ignorant and distracts from the reality of how varied human relationship are, healthy and unhealthy.but this picture does fit.

I want an ex of this play for Christmas! Saw it on stage, brilliant.

A bold new translation of this shockingly modern classic work by Forward Prize-winning poet, Robin Robertson

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