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Vespae

Γελᾷ δ' ὁ μωρός, κἄν τι μὴ γέλοιον ᾖ -> The fool laughs even when there's nothing to laugh at
Menander

Wikipedia EN

The Wasps (Classical Greek: Σφῆκες, romanized: Sphēkes, Latin: Vespae) is the fourth in chronological order of the eleven surviving plays by Aristophanes, the master of an ancient genre of drama called 'Old Comedy'. It was produced at the Lenaia festival in 422 BC, a time when Athens was enjoying a brief respite from the Peloponnesian War following a one-year truce with Sparta.

Translations

ar: الزنابير; ca: Les vespes; de: Die Wespen; el: Σφήκες; en: The Wasps; es: Las avispas; fi: Ampiaiset; fr: Les Guêpes; fy: Ealjebijen; he: הצרעות; is: Vespurnar; it: Le vespe; ja: 蜂; la: Vespae; oc: Las Vèspas; pl: Osy; pt: As Vespas; ru: Осы; sh: Ose; sv: Getingarna; uk: Оси