Reference : They were Soldiers. Civil War, Lieux de Mémoire, and Anonymity through Aeschylus’ Persae...
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They were Soldiers. Civil War, Lieux de Mémoire, and Anonymity through Aeschylus’ Persae and Seven against Thebes.
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Caneva, Stefano mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > Département des sciences de l'antiquité > Département des sciences de l'antiquité >]
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Epidaurus Encounters II. Greek Drama, Ancient Theatre and Modern Performance
Hanratty, Conor
Ioannidou, Eleftheria
Parodos
Epidaurus Encounters II
No
Berlin
Germany
[en] Aeschylus ; Persae ; Seven against Thebes ; Military cemeteries ; Futa Pass, Italy ; Archivio Zeta ; Persiani ; cultural memory ; world war I, II
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