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Acharnians (Acharnēs) Author: Aristophanes Date/place of 1st performance: 425 bc, Athens Date of 1st translation to English: 1816 Genre: Greek com. in verse Setting/time of action: Athenian Assembly, the farm of Dicaeopolis, and home of Lamachus, 5th c. bc Cast: 18m, 3f, extras, chorus (m) 

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The Peloponnesian War has lasted for nearly six years. The Athenian Dicaeopolis is weary of having his farm ruined each ...

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