What was Euripides ideas?
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Euripides was married twice, to Choerile and Melito, though sources disagree as to which woman he married first. He had three sons, and it is rumored that he also had a daughter who was killed early in life by a rabid dog. Some call this rumor a joke made by Aristophanes, a comic writer who often poked fun at Euripides, but many historians believe that the story is accurate.
It is difficult to say for sure whether Euripides believed in the Greek Gods or not. He lived in Athens through 406 b.c. and wrote many plays. His plays are about the affairs of the Gods, so Euripides most likely did believe in their existence. Alcestis features Apollo, Herakles, and Thanatos. In Trojan Women, Poseidon and Athene are main characters. And the Bacchae revolves around Dionysus' punishment of King Pentheus of Thebes and his mother…
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There are several different ideas when it comes to the number of heads on the hydra that Heracles defeated. The numbers vary from 50 (for Thetis' 50 priestesses), 9 (in honor of the moon), 100 (for the centuriae, or war bands), 10,000 (an exaggeration by Euripides), and on greek coins there's 7 heads.