Author:Publius Terentius Afer

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Publius Terentius Afer
(195 BCE/185 BCE–159 BCE)
North African playwright of the Roman Republic; commonly referred to as Terence or Terentius
Publius Terentius Afer

Works[edit]

  • Terence's Comedies Made English: With His Life, and Some Remarks at the End by Laurence Echard, 1733 external scan
  • Comedies. by Mr. Thomas Cooke vol 1, vol 2
  • Comedies; by Samuel Patrick, 1767 vol 1, vol 2
  • The Comedies of Terence, in 2 vols., trans. George Colman the Elder
    First edition (1765)
    Second edition (1768) Vol. I, Vol. II
  • A new translation of the Heautontimorumenos, and Adelphi of Terence: in prose. 1777 external scan
  • Terence's Andrian, by W. R. Goodluck, jr., 1820 external scan
  • Four comedies of Terence by George Sackville Cotter, 1824 external scan
  • The Andrian, Heautontimoreumenos, and Hecyra of Terence, by Jonathan Adair Phillips, 1836 (short work) external scan
  • The comedies of Terence: by Jonathan Adair Phillips, 1846 external scan
  • The Comedies of Terence, and the Fables of Phaedrus, trans. Henry Thomas Riley (1853) external scan
  • The Andria of Terence: from Reinhardt's text; 1859 external scan
  • Phormio: by Flaminio Nencini, 1860 external scan
  • The Adelphi of Terence: With English Notes by Wharton Booth Marriott, 1863 external scan
  • A Latin reader, with copious notes and vocabulary by William Francis Allen, 1869 external scan
  • Comedies; translated by John Benson Rose, 1870 external scan
  • Plautus and Terence by William Lucas Collins, 1873 external scan
  • The Andria and Adelphoe of Terence. With notes by Edward Payson Crowell, 1874 external scan
  • Hauton timorumenos. With introd. and notes by Evelyn Shirley Shuckburgh, 1877 external scan
  • Phormio; a rev. text with notes and an introd. by John Bond and Arthur Sumner Walpole, 1879 external scan
  • The self-tormentor (Heautontimorumenos) by Frederick William Ricord, 1885 external scan
  • P. Terenti Afri Adelphoe: text, with stage directions by Henry Preble, 1887 external scan
  • The feast of Bacchvs by Robert Seymour Bridges, 1889 (derivative) external scan
  • Archaisms of Terence Mentioned in the Commentary of Donatus by Kirby Flower Smith, 1890 external scan
  • The Adelphi of Terence: As it is Performed at the Royal College of St. Peter, Westminster, 1890 external scan
  • The Adelphoe of Terence by Sidney Gillespie Ashmore, 1893 external scan
  • Andria. by Charles Earle Freeman, and Arthur Sloman, 1893 external scan
  • An introduction to the verse of Terence by Herman Wadsworth Hayley, 1894 external scan
  • Phormio. Translated into English prose by Morris Hicky Morgan, with a new prologue by J.B. Greenough, and with the Vatican miniatures accurately reproduced for the first time, 1894 external scan
  • The Famulus of Terence, translators John Sargeaunt, and A. G. S. Raynor, Published 1908 external scan
  • Terence: with an English translation by John Sargeaunt, 1918 vol 1, vol 2

Works about Terence[edit]

  • An inquiry into the nature and history of Greek and Latin poetry; by John Sidney Hawkins, 1817

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.