Aristophanes

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Ar·is·toph·a·nes

 (ăr′ĭ-stŏf′ə-nēz) 448?-388? bc.
Greek playwright whose comedies, including The Clouds (423) and Lysistrata (411), satirize Athenian society, politics, and philosophy.

Aristophanes

(ˌærɪˈstɒfəˌniːz)
n
(Biography) ?448–?380 bc, Greek comic dramatist, who satirized leading contemporary figures such as Socrates and Euripides. Eleven of his plays are extant, including The Clouds, The Frogs, The Birds, and Lysistrata

Ar•is•toph•a•nes

(ˌær əˈstɒf əˌniz)

n.
448?–385? B.C., Athenian comic playwright.
A•ris•to•phan•ic (əˌrɪs təˈfæn ɪk) adj.
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Aristophanes

[ˌærɪsˈtɒfəniːz] NAristófanes

Aristophanes

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