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Phædra and Hippolitus.

Edmund Smith

Phædra and Hippolitus.

A tragedy.

by Edmund Smith

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Published by G. Cawthorn in London .
Written in English


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StatementBy Mr. Edmund Smith. Adapted for theatrical representation...
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR1241 .B4 vol. 33
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p. l., iv, [2] p., 1 l., [9]-96 p.
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21999936M
LC Control Number11018912

  On 21 April his tragedy of ‘Phædra and Hippolitus’—an artificial and bombastic effort modelled on Racine's ‘Phèdre’ rather than on Seneca's ‘Hippolytus’—was produced at the Haymarket Theatre, and was acted four times. The prologue was written by Addison, and the epilogue by Prior. The Text Tradition of Hippolytus’ “Commentary on Daniel” A.D. [Editor’s Note: Hippolytus’ commentary on Daniel is one of the earliest testimonies to the traditional date of Christ’s Dec. 25 th, 2 B.C. birth. Assuming the authenticity of the passage, which the comments below seem to establish, Hippolytus joins the cloud of witnesses whose testimony refutes the notion.

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Phaedra has been the subject of many notable works in art, literature, music and film. In art. Phaedra with attendant, probably her nurse, a fresco from Pompeii circa 60–20 BC; Second century Roman Sarcophagus of Beatrice of Lorraine in the Camposanto in was the model for Nicola Pisano's work on the Pisa Baptistery in the mid-thirteenth century. Martyr of Rome, with Concordia and other companions, he is a controversial figure who censured Pope St. Callistus I. Hippolytus was slain in Sardinia where he had been exiled for being elected as an antipope, the first in the history of the Church. He was reconciled to the Church before his.


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Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. According to some sources, Hippolytus had scorned Aphrodite in order to become a devotee of Artemis, devoting himself to a chaste life in pursuit of hunting.

In retaliation, Aphrodite made Phaedra fall in love with him. Hippolytus’ rejection of Phaedra led Phædra and Hippolitus. book his death in a fall from a chariot. As a result, a cult grew up around Hippolytus, associated with the cult of Aphrodite.

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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Edmund Smith. Hippolytus (c. – AD) was one of the most important second-third century Christian theologians, whose provenance, identity and corpus remain elusive to scholars and historians. Suggested communities include Palestine, Egypt, Anatolia, Rome and regions of the mideast.

The best historians of literature in the ancient church, including Eusebius of Caesarea and Jerome, openly confess they Canonized: Pre-congregation. Hippolytus is the story of the title character, who is caught up in a weird, slightly incestuous situation, as his step-mother falls violently in love with him due to interference with Aphrodite.

By this point, any reader knows that mentions of incest are not too uncommon in Greek drama of any kind (if this case even technically counts as /5. Phædra and Hippolitus: a tragedy.

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By Mr. Edmund Smith, Smith DOWNLOAD PDF Literature and Language Phædra and Hippolitus. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatres-Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden.

By Mr. The play begins when the goddess Aphrodite appears and explains that she has grown angry. Hippolytus, she explains, the bastard son of Theseus, has devoted himself too fully to virginity and the goddess Artemis, and arrogantly rejects the power of sexuality and a result, Aphrodite says, she has caused Phaidra, Theseus’ wife and Hippolytus’ step-mother, to grow madly in love with.

Hippolytus of Rome ( A.D.) Sentences of Sextus ( A.D.) 1st Apocalypse of James ( A.D.) Gospel of Philip ( A.D.) Clement of Alexandria ( A.D.) Go to the Chronological List of all Early Christian Writings.

Please buy the CD to. From: Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol. Edited by Alexander Roberts. BOOK V. CONTENTS. The following are the contents of the fifth book of the Refutation of all Heresies: What the assertions are of the Naasseni, who style themselves Gnostics, and that they advance those opinions which the Philosophers of the Greeks previously propounded, as well as those who have handed down mystical (rites.

The tenth book is the résumé of the entire, together with the exposition of the author's own religious opinions. The heresies enumerated by Hippolytus comprehend a period starting from an age prior to the composition of St.

John's Gospel, and terminating with the death of Callistus. Hippolytus also belies his origins in a peculiarly Racinian way. He is not the legendary worshiper of Diana, whose dislike of women drew Venus' wrath. He falls in love, chastely no doubt, but passionately.

We remember him as the doomed hero of a romantic idyll. But most Englishmen, even those who know and admire Racine and Corneille in their own tongue, would deny that they ever played any part on the English stage. Most Frenchmen, even those fully aware of the importance of French translations in German theatrical literature, would be surprised to learn that there was a time when plays by Racine and.

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Sanderson, 1 book William Fredrick Oliver, 1 book Winifred Newton, 1 book Richard.The tragedies of L. Annæus Seneca the philosopher viz. Medea, Phædra and Hippolytus, Troades, and the rape of Helen, of Coluthus; translated into English verse; To which is prefixed the life and death of Seneca.Phædra and Hippolitus () Queen's Theatre (London, Greater London, England) Hippolytus () Royal Free School (Dublin, Munster, Republic of Ireland) Royal Free School, Dublin: Phædra and Hippolitus () Lincoln's Inn Fields (London, Greater London, England) Phædra and Hippolitus ( - )