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|Hippolytus||Hippolytus is Theseus's son, a master hunter whose arrogance about his own chastity and his full devotion to Artemis has angered Aphrodite. Read More|
|Theseus||Theseus is the king of Athens and Hippolytus's father. Read More|
|Phaedra||Phaedra is Theseus's second wife, who is cursed by Aphrodite to fall in love with her stepson, Hippolytus. Read More|
|Nurse||The nurse is Phaedra's attendant and confidant. Read More|
|Aphrodite||The goddess Aphrodite brings tragedy on Theseus's house. Read More|
|Artemis||Artemis is the goddess of fertility, chastity, animals, and nature who Hippolytus has pledged his devotion to. Read More|
|Chorus of Huntsmen||The Chorus of Huntsmen are friends and servants who accompany Hippolytus.|
|Chorus of Women||The Chorus of Women of Troezen comment on the action of the play.|
|Messenger||One of Hippolytus's servants, the messenger returns to Theseus's home to inform the king of the tragedy that befell his son.|
|Servant||The servant serves Theseus's house; he warns Hippolytus that he should pay respect to Aphrodite.|