- Significant variations on the legend of Oedipus are mentioned in fragments by several ancient Greek poets including Homer, Hesiod and Pindar.
- Jan Ritsema Oidipous, My Foot
- Jan 22, 2011 Oidipous, my foot is part of The Agora Project, produced and administrated by vzw.
- THE THEBAN PLAYS
- ANTIGONE • KING OIDIPOUS • OIDIPOUS AT COLONUS Sophocles: Oidipous at Colonus • Ruby Blondell • 2003 Revised • 1-58510-065-X.
- De las tiranías de Oidipous
- 6 Abr 2011 Oidipous se ha trasladado por geografías y tiempos bien diversos.
- SOFOKLEOUS OIDIPOUS TURANNOS
- SOFOKLEOUS OIDIPOUS TURANNOS. PROLOG. 1.
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- You're on CCTV', een theatervoorstelling genaamd 'Oidipous en de AIVD' en poëzie onder de noemer 'Ground Zero Zestienhoog'.
- Oedipus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Little Oedipus/Oidipous was named after the swelling from the injuries to his feet and ankles.
- Oidipous definition of Oidipous in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
- Oedipus in Greek legend, son of Laius, king of Thebes, and his wife, Jocasta.
- Ouverture Oidipous - YouTube
- Mar 8, 2010 Ouverture Oidipous. 0:31. Add to.
- Chapter on Oidipous from The Gods Remain by Thomas Sefton
- A chapter from The Gods Remain by Thomas Sefton about the story of Oidipous, also known as Oedipus. A discussion of Fate, Art and Consciousness.
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