Æschylus

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Æschylus

  1. Alternative spelling of Aeschylus
    • 1778, Ralph Griffiths and G. E. Griffiths, The Monthly Review, or, Literary Journal, volume 59, page 288:
      Choral Warblings, for inſtance, may be properly attributed to the virgins of Elfrida, but muſt revolt every reader when applied to the Furies of Æſchylus.
    • 1800, Tobias George Smollett, The Critical Review, or, Annals of Literature, volume 30, page 245:
      The third example from Æſchylus is this, Choëph. 654.