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A nephew of the preceding ( Suid. s. v.; Böckh, De Trag. Graec. xiv. and xviii.), commonly styled Euripides Junior. He was a dramatic poet, like his uncle, and exhibited, besides his own compositions, several plays of the latter, then dead; one of these gained the prize. Böckh and others suspect that he reproduced the Iphigenia in Aulis, and perhaps the Palamedes. To this Euripides is ascribed, by Suidas, an edition of Homer.

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