The Nature of Roman Comedy: A Study in Popular Entertainment

Contributors

Contributor Contribution Main contributor
George Eckel Duckworth

Referenced productions

Production First performed Pagination Ancient works performed
Aulularia (1484) 1484 399 Aulularia (The Pot of Gold)
Menaechmi (1486) 1486 399 Menaechmi (The Menaechmus Brothers)
Anfitrione (1487) 1487 399 Amphitruo
Menaechmi (1488) 1488 399 Menaechmi (The Menaechmus Brothers)
Poenulus (1499) 1499 399 Poenulus (The Carthaginian)
Trinummus (1499) 1499 399 Trinummus (Threepence)
Asinaria (1500 - 1501) 1500 399 Asinaria (The Comedy of Asses)
Mercator (1500 - 1501) 1500 399 Mercator (The Merchant)
Bacchides (1502) 1502 399 Bacchides (The Bacchis Sisters)
Casina (1502) 1502 399 Casina
Epidicus (1502) 1502 399 Epidicus
Miles Gloriosus (1502) 1502 399 Miles Gloriosus (The Boastful Soldier)
[A play by Plautus] (1520) 1520 408 Miscellaneous
Menaechmi (1526) 1526 408 Menaechmi (The Menaechmus Brothers)
Phormio (1528) 1528 408 Phormio
Andria (1559) 1559 412 Andria (The Girl from Andros)
Aulularia (1564) 1564 412 Aulularia (The Pot of Gold)

How to cite this source

The Nature of Roman Comedy: A Study in Popular Entertainment, accessed at http://www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk/productions/sources/9051 <15 December 2019>