, who gives Euripides many appearances in his plays and often parodies scenes from his tragedies. One unreliable tradition holds that he was torn apart by hunting dogs. He died in Macedonia in 406 BC, two years after leaving Athens. During his lifetime he won five prizes the first in 442 BC. His last prize he won with The Bacchae posthumously (finally produced with the help of his son).

Euripides and his Works in Greek, Louvre, See