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Aeschylus (c.525-456BC)

A Greek playwright - widely regarded as the founder of Greek tradedy (seven of his some 90 plays survive) - said to have been killed in Sicily by a tortoise dropped on his bald held by a lammergeier (lamb vulture) - the bird mistook his pate for a white rock. See Jewish Dietary Laws

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