clytemnestra : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n (Greek mythology) wife of Agamemnon who had him murdered when he returned from the Trojan War
News & Articles
- Whambulance Wednesday 7/31/13
First off, we'd like to thank you, Clytemnestra, for drawing attention to the delicate subject of bullying. Sometimes we need that not-so-gentle reminder to be kind to all the voiceless...
July 31, 2013 - E! Online
- Mad Queen Butchers Innocent Ram, Horrible Husband: Music
The tone for Sergey Taneyev’s “Oresteia” is set soon after the curtain goes up, when Queen Clytemnestra, dressed in a white bathrobe and surrounded by joyous servants, slits a ram’s throat to honor her husband Agamemnon’s return from Troy.
July 30, 2013 - Bloomberg