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Euripides

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Euripides was divorced twice, once because his wife cheated on him. (Source)

The Cyclops, by Euripides is the only extant (still in existence) satyr play. (Source)

According to legend, Euripides was born on the same day of Athens' famous defeat of the Persian Empire. (Source)

After news reached Athens of Euripides's death, Sophocles honored his rival at the next dramatic competition by dressing his chorus in black robes. (Source)

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