Murdered Immigrant Children and a Plague: A Different Medea Story — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE


Child murder, worries about immigrants, and paranoia about drugs. Why are the ancients so weird? Scholia B on Euripides, Medea 264 Parmeniskos writes as follows: “The story is that because the Korinthian women did not want to be ruled by a foreign woman and poison-user, they conspired against her and killed her children, seven male […]

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