Gamarjoba everyone! Pleasure to have you back here. This is part of our myth series, where we will take a look at different myths of Georgian origin, that involve Georgians, or are just plain old awesome Georgian tales. This time, we’ll be talking about Euripides’s tragedy, Medea. I’ll do a quick retelling, and then we’ll have Brendan on to discuss with us!
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Medea by Euripides, Translated by Rex Warner