Tragedy, Lyric Poetry, New Comedy, Satire, Epic Poetry, and Much More
Classical Literature






 
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  - Index of Important Characters
  - Sources
 
 
 
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INDEX OF INDIVIDUAL WORKS

“Acharnians”
Comedy, Aristophanes, Greek, 425 BCE
“Aeneid”
Epic poem, Vergil, Latin/Roman, 19 BCE
“Aesop’s Fables”
Fables, Aesop, Greek, c. 550 BCE
“Agamemnon”
Tragedy, Aeschylus, Greek, 458 BCE
“Agamemnon”
Tragedy, Seneca the Younger, Latin/Roman, c. 55 CE
“Ajax”
Tragedy, Sophocles, Greek, c. 444 BCE
“Alcestis”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, 438 BCE
“Amores”
Elegiac poem, Ovid, Latin/Roman, c. 16 BCE
“Andromache”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, c. 426 BCE
“Antigone”
Tragedy, Sophocles, Greek, c. 442 BCE
“Apocolocyntosis”
Satire, Seneca the Younger, Latin/Roman, c. 55 CE
“Argonautica”
Epic poem, Apollonius of Rhodes, Greek, c. 246 BCE
“Ars Amatoria”
Lyric poem, Ovid, Latin/Roman, 1 CE
“Ars Poetica” (“The Art of Poetry”)
Lyric poem, Horace, Latin/Roman, c. 18 BCE
“Bacchae”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, c. 410 BCE
“Beowulf”
Epic poem, anonymous, Old English, c. 8th Century CE
“Bible”
Religious text, various anonymous authors, Hebrew / Aramaic / Greek, 6th Century BCE - 2nd Century BCE
“Birds”
Comedy, Aristophanes, Greek, 414 BCE
“Bucolics” (“Eclogues”)
Pastoral poem, Vergil, Latin/Roman, 37 BCE
“Carmen Saeculare” (“Song of the Ages”)
Lyric poem, Horace, Latin/Roman, 17 BCE
“Clouds”
Comedy, Aristophanes, Greek, 423 BCE
“Cyclops”
Tragicomedy (satyr play), Euripides, Greek, c. 408 BCE
“Dyskolos” (“The Grouch”)
Comedy, Menander, Greek, c. 316 BCE
“Ecclesiazusae”
Comedy, Aristophanes, Greek, 392 BCE
“Electra”
Tragedy, Sophocles, Greek, c. 410 BCE
“Electra”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, c. 418 BCE
“Gilgamesh”
Epic poem, anonymous, Sumerian / Mesopotamian / Akkadian, 20th - 10th Century BCE
“Epistulae VI.16 and VI.20”
Letters, Pliny the Younger, Latin/Roman, c. 107 CE
“Epistulae X.96”
Letters, Pliny the Younger, Latin/Roman, c. 111 CE
“Eumenides”
Tragedy, Aeschylus, Greek, 458 BCE
“Frogs”
Comedy, Aristophanes, Greek, 405 BCE
“Georgics”
Didactic poem, Vergil, Latin/Roman, 29 BCE
“Hecuba”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, c. 424 BCE
“Helen”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, 412 BCE
“Heracleidae”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, c. 430 BCE
“Heracles”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, c. 416 BCE
“Hercules Furens” (“The Mad Hercules”)
Tragedy, Seneca the Younger, Latin/Roman, c. 54 CE
“Heroides”
Epistolary poem, Ovid, Latin/Roman, c. 5 BCE
“Hippolytus”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, 428 BCE
“Hymn to Aphrodite”
Lyric poem, Sappho, Greek, c. 570 BCE
“Iphigenia at Aulis”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, c. 407 BCE
“Iphigenia in Tauris”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, c. 413 BCE
“Iliad”
Epic poem, Homer, Greek, c. 750 BCE
“Ion”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, c. 413 BCE
“Libation Bearers”
Tragedy, Aeschylus, Greek, 458 BCE
“Knights”
Comedy, Aristophanes, Greek, 424 BCE
“Lysistrata”
Comedy, Aristophanes, Greek, 411 BCE
“Metamorphoses”
Epic poem, Ovid, Latin/Roman, 8 CE
“Medea”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, 431 BCE
“Medea”
Tragedy, Seneca the Younger, Latin/Roman, c. 50 CE
“Miser Catulle, desinas ineptire” (“Catullus 8”)
Lyric poem, Catullus, Latin/Roman, c. 60 BCE
“Nunc est bibendum” (“Odes, Book 1, Poem 37”)
Lyric poem, Horace, Latin/Roman, c. 30 BCE
“Odi et amo” (“Catullus 85”)
Lyric poem, Catullus, Latin/Roman, c. 60 BCE
“Odyssey”
Epic poem, Homer, Greek, c. 725 BCE
“Oedipus”
Tragedy, Seneca the Younger, Latin/Roman, c. 55 CE
“Oedipus at Colonus”
Tragedy, Sophocles, Greek, 406 BCE
“Oedipus the King”
Tragedy, Sophocles, Greek, c. 429 BCE
“Olympic Ode 1”
Lyric poem, Pindar, Greek, 476 BCE
“Oresteia Trilogy” (“Agamemnon”, “The Libation Bearers”, “The Eumenides”)
Tragedy, Aeschylus, Greek, 458 BCE
“Orestes”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, 408 BCE
“Passer, deliciae meae puellae” (“Catullus 2”)
Lyric poem, Catullus, Latin/Roman, c. 60 BCE
“Peace”
Comedy, Aristophanes, Greek, 421 BCE
“Persians”
Tragedy, Aeschylus, Greek, 472 BCE
“Phaedra”
Tragedy, Seneca the Younger, Latin/Roman, c. 50 CE
“Pharsalia” (“De Bello Civili”)
Epic poem, Lucan, Latin/Roman, 65 CE
“Philoctetes”
Tragedy, Sophocles, Greek, 409 BCE
“Phoenician Women”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, c. 410 BCE
“Phoenissae” (“The Phoenician Women”)
Tragedy, Seneca the Younger, Latin/Roman, c. 65 CE
“Plutus” (“Wealth”)
Comedy, Aristophanes, Greek, c. 388 BCE
“Prometheus Bound”
Tragedy, Aeschylus, Greek, c. 415 BCE
“Pythian Ode 1”
Lyric poem, Pindar, Greek, 470 BCE
“Satire III”
Satire, Juvenal, Latin/Roman, c. 110 CE
“Satire VI”
Satire, Juvenal, Latin/Roman, c. 115 CE
“Satire X”
Satire, Juvenal, Latin/Roman, c. 120 CE
“Seven Against Thebes”
Tragedy, Aeschylus, Greek, 467 BCE
“Suppliants”
Tragedy, Aeschylus, Greek, c. 469 BCE
“Suppliants”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, 423 BCE
“Theogony”
Didactic poem, Hesiod, Greek, c. 700 BCE
“Thesmophoriazusae”
Comedy, Aristophanes, Greek, 411 BCE
“Thyestes”
Tragedy, Seneca the Younger, Latin/Roman, c. 62 CE
“Trachiniae”
Tragedy, Sophocles, Greek, c. 440 BCE
“Troades” (“The Trojan Women”)
Tragedy, Seneca the Younger, Latin/Roman, c. 54 CE
“Trojan Women”
Tragedy, Euripides, Greek, 415 BCE
“Tu ne quaesieris” (“Odes, Book 1, Poem 11”)
Lyric poem, Horace, Latin/Roman, c. 23 BCE
“Vivamus, mea Lesbia, atque amemus” (“Catullus 5”)
Lyric poem, Catullus, Latin/Roman, c. 65 BCE
“Wasps”
Comedy, Aristophanes, Greek, 422 BCE
“Works and Days”
Didactic poem, Hesiod, Greek, c. 700 BCE
 
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