Aeschylus - Father of Greek Tragedy
An overview of the seven surviving plays of Aeschylus, the father of tragedy. The plays are: The Persians, The Suppliants, Seven for Thebes, The Orestia (a trilogy), and Prometheus Bound.
Historical Context of Greek Playwright Aeschylus
About.com Guide N. S. Gill provides an overview of Aeschylus' world of Ancient Greece.
The Plays of Aeschylus
Online translations of Aeschylus' plays: The Persians, Prometheus Bound, and others.