Amphitryo

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Focus Pub./R. Pullins Company, Jun 1, 2005 - Literary Criticism - 163 pages
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Plautus Amphitryo is an excellent example of Roman comedy. This Latin edition includes commentary in English, a supplement, written in the fifteenth century, in place of the scenes lost from the original, notes are on facing pages and in Latin. Besides text and extensive commentary, this edition contains a vocabulary and an introduction to the poetic meter of the play.

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Contents
1
Notes
85
Vocabulary Lists
125
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About the author (2005)

Anne Mahoney is Lecturer in Classics at Tufts University. She has published articles and reviews on Greek poetry, particularly drama; and on Latin poetry, from Saturnians to the 19th century. She also has overseen the revision of "Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar" for Focus Publishing and updated the metrical material in that key reference work. She holds a Ph.D. from Boston University, and is the Focus series editor for Greek and Latin language texts.

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