Author:Titus Maccius Plautus

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Titus Maccius Plautus
(250 BCE – 184 BCE)
Titus Maccius Plautus


(surviving plays)

  • Amphitryon
  • Asinaria
  • Aulularia
  • Bacchides
  • Captivi
  • Casina
  • Cistellaria
  • Curculio
  • Epidicus
  • Menaechmi
  • Mercator
  • Miles Gloriosus
  • Mostellaria (The Haunted House)
  • Persa
  • Poenulus
  • Pseudolus
  • Rudens
  • Stichus
  • Trinummus
  • Truculentus
  • The Comedies of Plautus, translated into familiar blank verse, by Bonnell Thornton (vols. I, II) and Richard Warner (vols. III, IV, V)
    First edition (1767), volumes I & II only
    Second edition (1769–1774), vols. I & II (1769); vols. III & IV (1772); vol. V (1774)
  • The Comedies of Plautus, literally translated into English prose, with notes, by Henry Thomas Riley (1852)
    1880 edition, Vol. I: (external scan)
    1895 edition, Vol. II: (external scan)

Works about Plautus[edit]

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