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Prometheus Bound | Study Guide

Aeschylus

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Author

Aeschylus

First Performed

c. 463 BCE

Type

Play

Genre

Mythology, Tragedy

About the Title

As punishment for stealing fire for humankind, Zeus, king of the Olympian gods, has the Titan god Prometheus bound in shackles to a cliff in Scythia.

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