Rhesus (Euripides)

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English-language translations of
Ῥῆσος (Rhesus)
by Euripides

Ῥῆσος (Rhēsos, Latin: Rhesus) is an Athenian tragedy. The action of the play takes place during the Trojan War, on the night when Odysseus and Diomedes sneak into the Trojan camp.

The play is traditionally attributed to Euripedes, but this has been subject of dispute since antiquity.

English-language translations of Ῥῆσος include:

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