tetralogy

Definition

Theater

  • In the ancient Greek theater, a series of four works by the samedramatist, consisting of three tragedies followed by a satyr-play.These were presented in drama contests at the City Dionysia.In the early competitions, the four plays had a common theme and weregiven a common name. No complete tetralogies are extant; The Oresteiaof Aeschylus is the only surviving trilogy.
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