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Aristophanes (c. 447-c. 385 bc), a contemporary of Socrates, was the last and greatest of the Old Attic comedians. Eleven of his forty plays survive.
Alan H. Sommerstein is head of the classics department at Nottingham.
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Aristophanes -- Translations into English.
Lysistrata (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
Peace movements -- Drama.
Women and peace -- Drama.