Aeschylus, Agamemnon

Clytemnestra, wife of Agamemnon and lover of Aegisthus
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)