HumSit Alpha - Character IDs

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Can you name the characters from the works we've read thus far?

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Flamboyant and ambitious Athenian statesman and general; fights for Sparta when betrayed by Athens
Greek god of drama; seeks a good playwright to save Athens; Moderator of Dramatic Debate
Debating playwright; more traditional champion of classical, idolized, heroic characters; wins debate
Athenian supporter of deliberation in the Mytilenean Debate
Author of The Frogs
Biblical debator and friend of Job
Greek god of the Underworld; host of the Dramatic Debate
Biblical debator and friend of Job
Swineherd loyal to polytrophic hero
Phaecian king, gives polytrophic hero passage back home
Biblical debator; repeated what the three other friend/debators said; existence questioned
Doorkeeper of Hades; whips god of drama and servant
Debating playwright; avant-garde champion of the common man; loses debate
The 'First Athenian,' great orator, dies from plague
Author of The History of the Peloponnesian War
Suitor who tries to bargain for their lives
Greek god of reason and logic; supports marital bond
Half-brother of Greek god of drama; loves pea soup
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Author of The Eumenides
Main suitor; plotted to kill polytrophic hero's son
Daughter sacrificed by Agamemnon
Agamemnon's wife. cheats on him with Aegisthus
Wife of polytrophic hero; paragon of females
Virgin goddess of wisdom; acknowledges role of daughters of night
Action-oriented, anti-discussion Athenian general
Nymph on the isle of Ogygia
Polytrophic hero of famous Greek epic poem
Faithful follower tested by God; questions why he suffers
Daughters of night; support familial bond
Non-human character; challenger of Job
Athenian opponent of Sicilian Expedition; Athens loses when he becomes general
Avenger of Agamemnon; pursued by the daughters of night
Biblical debator and friend of Job
Servant of Greek god of drama; proves to be more intelligent and wit
Author of The Odyssey
Polytrophic hero's son; comes of age throughout poem

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