Terentius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Terentius   (P. Terentius Afer) - writer of Latin comedies, 2nd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Terence
166/2 Ter:And, Terentius' comedy "Andria", which is first performed at
165/3 Terentius' "Hecyra" is performed at the Megalensia.
163/3 Ter:Heaut_, "Heauton Timorumenos" by Terentius.
161/2 Ter:Eun_, "Eunuchus" by Terentius.
161/6 Ter:Phorm_, "Phormio" by Terentius.
160/23 Paullus; composition and first performance of Terentius' "Adelphi"
160/25 Terentius leaves for Greece.
159/15 The death of the comic dramatist Terentius.
    Within translations:
Cic:Tusc_3.31   [15.] [31]   Therefore, as Terence has so well expressed what
Cic:Tusc_3.65   that man say, in Terence, who punishes himself, the
Ennius:Ann_196   on 'in animo parare' in Terentius [Phorm_5.4] : the addit
Ennius:Ann_345   men of his household' in Terentius [Phorm_2.1'57] : Colume
Ennius:Ann_489   faint spirit as that' in Terentius : Ennius - The best you
Ennius:Ann_532   AST , on interea loci in Terentius [Heaut_2.3'16] : loci
Hieron:Chron_1859   in Ar.] Publius Terentius of Carthage, the writer of
Naev:Pun_57   ONATUS, on 'Plerique omnes' in Terentius : This is an arch
Oros_4.19   the city in a triumph Terentius, one of the noble Carthaginian
Plinius:Ep_1.16   were either Plautus or Terence in prose, and whether the
Plinius:Ep_6.21   ssed with those of Plautus and Terence. Now he has tried

  Terentius 2   - a Roman who brought a legal case against his son, 211 B.C.
211/32 Piso refuses to allow a son of Terentius to disinherit his father

  Terentius   - in documents
CIL_1.383 CIL_1 .383 Lucius Terentius and others. B
CIL_1.681 Household Gods: Gaius Terentius Philomusus, freedman
CIL_1.976 CIL_1 .976 Titus Terentius. A small s
OGIS_196 (32)   er, Valerius, Labyon, Terentius, Nicanor, and Baron

Terentiussee Culleo

Terentiussee Lucullus6

Terentiussee Varro

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