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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