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He competed in 30 competitions, won 24, and was never judged lower than second place. Aeschylus won 13 competitions, and was sometimes defeated by Sophocles, while Euripides won 4 competitions. 6 is the most likely. Plutarch further contends that following this loss Aeschylus soon left for Sicily. Although Plutarch says that this was Sophocles’ first production, it is now thought that his first production was probably in 470 BC. Sophocles presented at this festival. Cimon was ostracized in 461 BC.
Athena, helping to manage the finances of the city during the political ascendancy of Pericles. As with many famous men in classical antiquity, his death inspired a number of apocryphal stories. A third holds that he died of happiness after winning his final victory at the City Dionysia. Athenaios one in which Sophocles is tricked by a hustler. Sophocles’ early career, followed suit and adopted the third character into his own work towards the end of his life. It was not until after the death of the old master Aeschylus in 456 BC that Sophocles became the pre-eminent playwright in Athens. Sophocles’ work is also known for its deeper development of characters than earlier playwrights.
Sophocles never accepted any of these invitations. They have often been published under a single cover. His family is fated to be doomed for three generations. Thus the stage is set for horror. When the truth comes out, following from another true but confusing prophecy from Delphi, Jocasta commits suicide, Oedipus blinds himself and leaves Thebes. At the end of the play, order is restored.
This restoration is seen when Creon, brother of Jocasta, becomes king, and also when Oedipus, before going off to exile, asks Creon to take care of his children. Oedipus’s children will always bear the weight of shame and humiliation because of their father’s actions. She is faced with the choice of allowing her brother Polyneices’ body to remain unburied, outside the city walls, exposed to the ravages of wild animals, or to bury him and face death. The king of the land, Creon, has forbidden the burial of Polyneices for he was a traitor to the city. Antigone decides to bury his body and face the consequences of her actions.