Who owns the names of Aeschylus, Sophocles, Aristophanes, than they became famous?
Only the most basic. These names belong to ancient writers. Aeschylus (525496 BC). Author of several dozen tragedies. Only seven have survived entirely: "The Supplicant", "Prometheus the Chained", "Seven Against Thebes", "The Persians", as well as the dramatic trilogy "Oresteia", created by him in 458 BC. It includes the dramas "Agamemnon", "Hoephora" and "Eumenides". Sophocles (496406 BC). A very prolific Athenian author. He created at least eighty tragedies, but not all of them have come down to us. These are "Oedipus in Colon", "The Trachino women", "Anit", "Philoctetus". The most famous are "Antigone", "Ediptsar", "Electra". And, finally, the comedian Aristophanes (years of life 446385 BC). Experts note that only eleven comedies have survived to us, although according to ancient evidence there were four times more of them. Among the famous works of the comedy "Clouds", "Wasps", "Birds", "Lysistrata", "Frogs".
Aeschylus is an ancient Greek playwright, he is also often called the father of European tragedy. Sophocles is an Athenian playwright, tragedian, his most famous tragedy "King Oedipus". Aristophanes is an ancient Greek comedian, also called the father of comedies.
Aeschylus and Sophocles are among the first ancient Greek playwrights, while Aristophanes was a comedian. That is, they are all somehow connected with the theater. Aeschylus is called the ancestor of the genre of tragedies. The most famous work of Aeschylus is the trilogy "Oresteia" and "Persians", Sophocles wrote the tragedies "King Oedipus" and "Antigone", "Philoctetus". Aristophanes composed his comedies "Riders" and "Frogs" on the stage.