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How is medea capable of killing her sons?

In Corinth, Jason abandoned Medea for the king's daughter, Glauce. According to the tragic poet Euripides, Medea murdered her two children by Jason. Before the fifth century BC there seems to have been two variants of the myth's conclusion. According… Full Answer

What is a list of five tragedy plays?

Shakespeare's tragic plays include Romeo and Juliet, King Lear, Othello, Macbeth, and Hamlet. Other classical tragedies include Euripides' Alcestis, The Medea, Hippolytus and The Heracleidae.

How did Euripides die?

Euripides died from being attacked by the Molossian in Macedonia. Euripides was a Greek writer of tragedy and was third of the great Greek tragedians.

Why was medea famous for?

Medea was famous because her love for Jason caused her to commit treacherous deeds. For Jason, Medea betrayed her own people, then turned on Jason himself when he declared that he was leaving Medea to marry the princess.