Plautus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(T. Maccius Plautus) - Roman comic poet, died in 184 B.C.
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Plaut:Stich, Plautus' comedy "Stichus", first performed at the Plebei
Plaut:Ps, Plautus' comedy "Pseudolus".
The death of the comic poet Plautus.
Naevius something later. For Plautus died in the consuls
have been younger than Plautus and Naevius, who had exhi
1817] [not in Ar.] Plautus, who was born at Sarsina in Umb
- in documents
Martius. CIL_1 .34 Plautus Specius. Bronze
ysippus, slave of Marcus Plautus Apollonius, slave of
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