The oldest surviving theatrical performance of Greek civilization entails cultural transmission due to African migration. The Greek play, “The Suppliant Maidens,” by Aeschylus, tells of 50 runaway Egyptian princesses seeking sanctuary in Greece and the struggle that ensues when their male cousins attempt to bring them home.
This is the tale of the Danaii. The legend acts as the foundation for the graphic series Sacred Blood. It is presented as a coordinated movement, which begins with the African occupation of the Greek Peloponnesus.