Hezekiah (Ezekielos)( Jewish Greek poet)
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Biography Hezekiah (Ezekielos)
Hezekiah; Ezekielos, from Alexandria or from Samaria, II in. BC. e., a Jewish Greek poet. By historical drama Exodus (Eksagoge), describing the acts of Moses and the events associated with the liberation of Jews from Egyptian captivity. In this work clearly shows the influence of Euripides. In terms of artistic merit, it is of little value, but, remaining there in a few large fragments, becomes an important source for studying the theater of the Hellenistic era. It is likely the division into three acts and limiting the number of actors to three. The choir is not reflected in the fragments, acted, apparently, only in the intermissions.