Aeschylus Eleusis, 525 BC - Gela, 456 BC, Greek playwright. Predecessor of Sophocles and Euripides is considered the creator of Greek tragedy.
Although the subject to write about him, not his life, work, etc.. That you can see it on Wikipedia but
And the man, for he had no luck, because after a lifetime of struggle in war defending their country, major works to his credit, a life of recognition and intellectualism because he had no luck in the form die and who died of a a slightly comical, because according to tradition:
Aeschylus was quietly seated when an eagle mistook his bald head with a rock, and dropped from his grasp turtle carrying the supposed rock to the departed and could eat.
Aeschylus died of skull fracture that caused the turtle.
At least you have the memory to be remembered for his military in the battle of Marathon as his epitaph reads:
This tomb lies the dust of Aeschylus
Euphorion son and fruitful Gela's pride
From Marathon saw its value
and long-haired Medes, who had too much of it
Epitaph Source: Wikipedia
And not as the man who died for being mistaken for a rock by an eagle and hit a turtle that fell from the air to release this from their clutches, but after knowing that to see who is remembered for his military, lol, or for his achievements as a playwright or poet, who is just what I wanted.
Conclusion: Be careful in the field, be happy.