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  Plautus   (T. Maccius Plautus) - Roman comic poet, died in 184 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
200/18 Plaut:Stich, Plautus' comedy "Stichus", first performed at the Plebei
192/24 Plaut:Ps, Plautus' comedy "Pseudolus".
184/13 The death of the comic poet Plautus.
    Within translations:
Apul:Flor_2   disagreed with the soldier in Plautus {Truc_2.6'8}, who says,
Apul:Flor_18     " Plautus but asks you for a
Cic:Brut_60   Naevius something later. For Plautus died in the consuls
Cic:Brut_73   have been younger than Plautus and Naevius, who had exhi
Cic:DeOr_3.45   I imagine myself listening to Plautus or Naevius; she has a
Cic:Rep_4.11   have been for our own Plautus or Naevius to have selected
Cic:Tusc_1.3   Ennius, who was older than Plautus and Naevius.
Hieron:Chron_1817   1817] [not in Ar.] Plautus, who was born at Sarsina in Umb
Meleager_7.419   ail" is uncertain. Plautus gives it as "haudoni." { See
Plinius:Ep_1.16   that they were either Plautus or Terence in prose, and
Plinius:Ep_6.21   being classed with those of Plautus and Terence. Now

  Plautus   - in documents
CIL_1.34 Martius. CIL_1 .34 Plautus Specius. Bronze
CIL_1.2693 ysippus, slave of Marcus Plautus Apollonius, slave of

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