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City Dionysia - Ancient Athenian Festival - Ancient/Classical History
The City Dionysia was a major state-sponsored festival, in ancient Athens, featuring dramatic competitions. In addition to the major City Dionysia, there was also ...
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Chapter XXI. The Greater Dionysia and the Drama.
The Greater Dionysia and the Drama.--Again we are in Athens in the springtime: " The eleventh of Elaphebolian" [March]. It is the third day of the Greater ...
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Great Dionysia - City Dionysia - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
The Great Dionysia or City Dionysia was a major Ancient Greek religious festival where dramatists presented their plays.
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Dionysus - The Greek God - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
The major festival at which the competitive tetralogies (three tragedies and a satyr play) were performed was the City Dionysia. This was an important annual ...
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Aristophanes and Old Comedy - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Comedies were performed at religious fertility festivals in honor of Dionysus, in the month of Elaphebolion, at the City Dionysia (or Great Dionysia) and in the ...
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/aristophane1/a/091109AristophanesOldComedy.htm
Classical Greek Tragedy - The House of Atreus
Athenian audiences of up to 18,000 spectators expected to watch familiar old stories when they attended the "Great" or "City Dionysia" festival in March.
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Aeschylus - Greek Tragedy Writer Profile - Ancient/Classical History
The smaller figure may refer to prizes Aeschylus won at the Great Dionysia, and the larger figure to prizes he won there and also at other smaller festivals.
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Study Guide for "The Bacchae" - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Each year in Athens there was a religious and civic event that honored the god Dionysus. It was called the Great or City Dionysia. Although the festival honored ...
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Choregus - What Was a Choregus - Ancient/Classical History
The choregus was responsible for the performance of Greek drama at the Athenian dramatic festival, the City Dionysia.
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Chapter XXI. The production of a Play. - Ancient/Classical History
The intellectual feast of the Dionysia has begun. [*]In the fourth century B.C. when the creation of original tragedies was in decline, a considerable part of the ...
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