Menelaus and Agamemnon kick some Trojan butt in this definitive poem about the Trojan War.
Odysseus’ son Telemachus pops in on Helen and Menelaus in Sparta in this sequel to the Iliad.
Menelaus orders that Ajax’s body not be buried in this tragedy of Trojan War.
Years after the Trojan War, Menelaus and his daughter Hermione terrorize their Trojan captive, Andromache, in this tragedy.
In this crazy tragedy, Menelaus discovers that the Helen who Paris took to Troy was just a phantom and that his real wife was spirited away to Egypt by the gods. (Say what?)
Orestes and Electra are sentenced to death by Menelaus for killing Clytemnestra in this tragedy. (We wonder what Agamemnon would think about that.)
Helen uses her feminine wiles to convince her husband not to execute her in this tragedy. (Oh, Menelaus...you really fell for that?)
In this tragedy, Menelaus convinces Agamemnon to sacrifice his daughter Iphigenia so that the Greek armies can sail to Troy. Talk about a major favor.
In this epic poem, Agamemnon, Menelaus, and the rest of the Greeks totally destroy Troy.
Agamemnon and Menelaus are both minor characters in this “problem” play about love gone wrong in the Trojan War.
This Hollywood blockbuster remixes Greek mythology by having Menelaus die at the hands of Hector during the Trojan War.
Menelaus pops up in this totally postmodern remix of Euripides’ Iphigenia at Aulis. (Be prepared for craziness.)
Check out Menelaus in Marvel Comics’ awesome adaption of Homer’s Iliad.
Marvel kicks out yet another digital comic about the Trojan War—Menelaus included.
Menelaus acts like Agamemnon’s clueless sidekick in this modernized marathon of all of Sophocles’ extant plays.