However, they know that those particular deer are sacred to the gods, and that killing them would bring a curse for impiety onto the whole group.
The head of the expedition, on examining the subsequent oracles, tells Agamemnon that the Athenian fleet will have no wind until he sacrifices his own daughter Iphigehnia (Tatiana Papamoskou) to atone for the death of the sacred deer.
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International star who played a widow in Zorba the Greek and starred in The Trojan Women and Mohammad, Messenger of God.
She planned to abandon the theatre after receiving continuous negative reviews.
Clytemnestre (Irene Papas), the girl's mother, tries everything in her power to prevent the sacrifice but is unsuccessful.
Please, can you help me translate this beautiful song? O Menousis, o Mpirmpilis ki o Memet agas sto krasopoulo pigenan gia na fan na pioun.
I know in general what it's saying, but I want to know the exact words, it's helping me much, because I'm learning greek. Ki pou trogan ki pou pinan ki pou glentagan kapios epiase kouventa gia tis omorfes.
-Omorfi gineka pou' xis, vre Memet aga -Pou tin ides? - Xthes tin ida sto pigadi ki evgaze nero ke tis zitisa filaki ke mou to' dose. To proi, ksemethismenos, pai tin eklapse - Siko, papia m', siko, xina m', siko ki alakse, na se doun ta palikaria ke na xeronte. O Menousis, o Mpirmpilis ki o Memet agas sto krasopoulo pigenan gia na fan na pioun. And I also thank you for the text that you've write'it to me.
The Board of Directors of the Venice Biennale, upon recommendation of the Director Maurizio Scaparro, has awarded the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement to Irene Papas, “one of Europe’s most famous artists – the motivation reads – who over her 50-year career has played important female roles in theatre and in film (many in classical tragedy), becoming, in the eyes of the world, the spokeswoman and symbol of the Mediterranean culture, the very incarnation of the power of Greek tragedy.”The award will be conferred to Irene Papas on Friday 20th February 2009 at p.m.
at the Teatro Piccolo Arsenale in Venice, during the inauguration of the 40th International Theatre Festival.
She was also a singer who became popular in the 1960s.