How does Aristophanes signal Aeschylus's victory in "The Frogs"?

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Aeschylus' victory in "The Frogs" is complete. This can be seen in the fact that there is a very clear judgment in the play. There's an evaluation of whether Aeschylus or Euripides is the superior dramatist. His victory is so complete that he is returned to life, leaving the underworld with Bacchus.

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