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His family was by no means wealthy, however they did provide an adequate upbringing, providing Euripides with the proper nourishment for his brilliant mind. Euripides received the customary education of his country and time. In addition to reading and writing, Euripides also went through physical training and learned about music, Greek literature, and Greek poetry, in which "Homer was the basis for study" Murray, 26)...
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Higher education came from the study of Aeschylus' tragedies, which could have been seen on stage as well as read. Euripides also had a passion for the Arts, specifically, painting. Despite his interests, Euripides' father tried to make an athlete out of him, after "misinterpreting an oracle" (Melchinger, 12)...
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