Betine van Zyl Smit


Since the time of the ancient Greeks themselves, Greek myth and dramas based on Greek
myth have continued to provide inspiration to authors and artists. In the case of the Medea
myth, Euripides' adaptation in his famous tragedy, first produced at the Great Dionysia in
Athens in 431 BC, proved to be so successful that he may be said to have created a new
standard version of the Medea myth which was recognized by all subsequent artists who made
use of the myth.!

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