Aeschylus, Prometheus Bound (XML Header) [genre: poetry; drama; tragedy; suspect] [word count] [Aesch. PV].

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 <title type="work" n="PB">Prometheus Bound</title>
 
 <author n="Aesch.">Aeschylus</author>
 <editor role="editor" n="Smyth">Herbert Weir Smyth, Ph.D.</editor>
 <sponsor>Perseus Project, Tufts University</sponsor>
 		<principal>Gregory Crane</principal>
 		<respStmt>
 		<resp>Prepared under the supervision of</resp>
 		<name>Lisa Cerrato</name>
 		<name>William Merrill</name>
 		<name>Elli Mylonas</name>
 		<name>David Smith</name>
 		</respStmt>
 <funder n="org:AnnCPB">The Annenberg CPB/Project</funder>
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 		<publisher>Trustees of Tufts University</publisher>
 		<pubPlace>Medford, MA</pubPlace>
 		<authority>Perseus Project</authority>
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 <author>Aeschylus</author>
 <title>Aeschylus, with an English translation by Herbert Weir Smyth, Ph. D. in two volumes. 1.Prometheus</title>
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 <pubPlace>Cambridge</pubPlace>
 <publisher>Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press; London, William Heinemann, Ltd.</publisher>
 <date>1926</date>
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 <change><date>1988</date>
 <respStmt><name>EM, Scott Ettinger and Roger Travis</name><resp>tagging</resp></respStmt>
 <item>Text scanned at U. Chicago in 1988. Basic SGML tagging by EM, Scott Ettinger and Roger Travis.</item>
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 <change><date>9/19/90</date>
 <respStmt><name>EM</name><resp>ed.</resp></respStmt>
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 <change><date>8/91</date>
 <respStmt><name>EM</name><resp>ed.</resp></respStmt>
 <item>Revise DTDs and recheck texts.</item>
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 <change><date>8/91</date>
 <respStmt><name>Bill Merrill</name><resp>ed.</resp></respStmt>
 <item>Compare with TLG text for missing words or other scanner omissions.</item>
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 <change><date>10/98</date>
 <respStmt><name>Bill Merrill</name><resp>ed.</resp></respStmt>
 <item>Fixed card breaks at 113, 127, 144, 342 and 906 and added 128b, 130b, 143b, 343b, and 906b for lines miscounted in the Loeb edition.</item></change>
 <change><date>23-Dec-99</date>
 <respStmt><name>Anne Mahoney</name><resp>Markup</resp></respStmt>
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 $Log: aesch.pb_gk.xml,v $
 Revision 1.3 2005/08/01 15:44:56 packel
 really removed item tags
 
 Revision 1.2 2005/08/01 15:32:41 packel
 removed stray item tags
 
 Revision 1.1 2005/07/25 14:27:14 packel
 Converted to XML
 
 Revision 1.10 2004/04/21 20:28:10 mimno
 added card 1s
 
 Revision 1.9 2003/07/01 22:14:25 yorkc
 Updated texts to TEI P4 and Perseus P4 extensions; minor cleanup (esp. character encodings and typos.)
 
 Revision 1.8 2000/03/15 17:03:56 amahoney
 make sure cardbreaks never come before the end of a speech with an n
 attribute -- this repeats the speaker name
 
 Revision 1.7 2000/03/06 20:05:31 amahoney
 fix headers for TOC
 
 Revision 1.6 2000/03/04 20:33:49 dasmith
 Added separate funder entity to TEI header.
 
 Revision 1.5 2000/02/17 17:46:03 amahoney
 use n on sp for speeches interrupted by cardbreaks; put cards at ends of
 such speeches after the close tag; put sp and speaker tags on the divs
 of the choruses, which were not marked at all (but div2 closes sp, so
 we lost the speaker info)
 
 Revision 1.4 1999/12/23 18:19:40 amahoney
 convert to P3
 
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