Aeschylus, Agamemnon

Characters:
Watchman
Clytemnestra, wife of Agamemnon and lover of Aegisthus
Herald
Agamemnon
Cassandra, prophetess, daughter of Priam, captive of Agamemnon
Aegisthus, son of Thyestes, lover of Clytemnestra
Chorus of old men

Scene: before the palace of the Atreidae at Argos

Please note that Roche's divisions do not correspond to the ones given here.

1-103 Prologue (watchman; chorus)
104-257 Parodos (portent of the hare) (Roche Stasimon 1 p. 34)
258-354 First episode (Clyt.; beacons)
355-488 First stasimon (Troy) (Roche Stasimon 2 p. 43)

Lapse of time

489-680 Second episode (chorus; herald; Clyt.)
681-781 Second stasimon (Helen; Troy) (Roche Stasimon 3 p. 55)
782-974 Third episode (Ag.; Cass.; Clyt.; purple carpet)
975-1034 Third stasimon (forebodings) (Roche Stasimon 4 p. 65)
1035-71 Fourth episode (Clyt. to Cass.) (p. 67)
1072-1177 Fourth stasimon (in form of lyric dialogue) (Cass.; chorus)
1178-1406 Fifth episode (Cass. enters palace; death cries; Clyt.)
1407-1576 Fifth stasimon (strophic lyrics alternate with iambic speeches by actor [Clyt.]) (Roche p. 87)
1577-1673 Exodos (Aegisthus; Clyt.) (Roche p. 93)