Readership: This volume will be of interest to professional classicists, theatre specialists, and to postgraduate students in both Classics and Theatre Studies.
Vayos Liapis, Associate Professor, The Open University of Cyprus.
Vayos Liapis obtained his PhD from the University of Glasgow in 1997. He taught at the University of Cyprus (2000-2003) and the Université de Montréal (2003-2009), and is currently Associate Professor at the Open University of Cyprus. His previous books include a commentary on the Sententiae Menandri (Menandrou Gnomai Monostichoi, Athens, 2002), and a monograph on the unknowability of the gods in early Greek literature and thought, Agnostos Theos (Athens, 2003). He has also co-edited with Douglas Cairns Dionysalexandros: Essays on Aeschylus and His Fellow Tragedians in Honour of Alexander F. Garvie (Swansea: Classical Press of Wales,
2006). He has also published a variety articles on subjects ranging from archaic lyric to classical and postclassical tragedy to Hellenistic poetry and Greek religion.
I.: The Mythical Background
II.: Dramaturgy and Stagecraft
IV.: Language and Style; Metre
V.: The Authenticity Question
VI.: The Text
Rhesus Attributed to Euripides
Index Nominum et Rerum Potiorum