Orpheus is said to have been quite as successful as Iphigenia.
After this Iphigenia came forth, holding a tablet in her hand.
It was hers to show the road to Intrepid and Iphigenia, who followed.
Thus, a hind was substituted for Iphigenia, and a ram for Isaac.
But Iphigenia answered, “Yet nothing shall hinder me from knowing how fareth my sister Electra.”
Iphigenia at the moment of sacrifice was changed into a fawn.
Inhumanity: even in the "Antigone," even in Goethe's "Iphigenia."
Finally each produced an opera on the subject of "Iphigenia in Tauris."
Classicists admire the plastic beauty of Tasso and Iphigenia.
The scene of the Iphigenia in Tauris of Euripides is laid some where on these shores.
In classical mythology, the eldest daughter of Agamemnon and the sister of Electra and Orestes. When the Greek fleet was about to sail to fight in the Trojan War, Agamemnon sacrificed Iphigenia to the goddess Artemis to obtain favorable winds. According to some stories, Artemis saved Iphigenia from the sacrifice, and she was later reunited with Orestes.