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Two comedies of Apollodorus of Carystus.
W. E. J. . Kuiper
Written in English
Two Comedies by Apollodorus of Carystus: Terence's Hecyra and Phormio by W. E. J. Kuiper; Diphilus' Doel en Deel in de Rudens van Plautus by W. E. J. . 4 Two Comedies by Apollodorus, p. 4. 5 Life and Literature in the Roman Republic (Berkeley, ), pp. ff. 6 Two Comedies by Apollodorus, p. 7. Kuiper (ibid., pp. 51 f.) believes that this was the procedure of Terence in all his comedies (cf. "Grieksche Origineelen en .
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Apollodorus was a popular name in ancient may refer to: * Apollodorus of Athens (born c. BC), historian and mythographer *The Pseudo-Apollodorus, author of the "Bibliotheca"* Apollodorus (painter), an Athenian painter, who lived at the end of the 5th century BC and introduced great improvements in perspective and chiaroscuro * Apollodorus of Carystus, New Comedy . 1 The following legend of Perseus （ Apollod. ） seems to be based on that given by Pherecydes in his second book, which is cited as his authority by the Scholiast on Ap. Rhod., Argon. iv, , whose narrative agrees closely with that of narrative of Apollodorus is quoted, for the most part verbally, but as usual without acknowledgment, by Zenobius, Cent. i
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"The Original of Terence’s Phormio" published on 01 Jan by : W. Kuiper. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kuiper, Wolter Everard Johan, Two comedies by Apollodorus of Carystus.
Apollodorus of Carystus (Greek: Ἀπολλόδωρος ὁ Καρύστιος) in Euboea, was one of the most important writers of the Attic New Comedy, who flourished in Athens between and B.C.
He is to be distinguished from the older Apollodorus of Gela (—), a contemporary of Menander who was also a writer of New Comedy. He wrote 47 comedies and obtained the prize five times.
^ Athenjeus, p. A (cf. f): r]v 5' dyaObs Toirjrris et ris aXXoj tQv fMera tovs eirTo. The author of the article on Apollodorus of Carystus, in Smith's Dictionary of Biography, applies to Apollodorus what Athenaeus says of Machon. 3 Clinton's F. ill. yjp.2. OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/rbph___num_18_1__t1___3Author: Paul Van De Woestijne.
Historical people Art contexts. Apollodorus (painter), Athenian painter, who lived at the end of the 5th century BC and introduced great improvements in perspective and chiaroscuro Apollodorus (sculptor) Historians.
Apollodorus of Artemita, 2nd-century historian of the Parthian empire; Apollodorus the Epicurean, author of the Life of Epicurus, a work famous in ancient Greece but no longer extant. Two comedies by Apollodorus of Carystus, Terence's Hecyra and Phormio, In: Revue des Études Grecques, t fasciculeJanvier-mars pp.
Publisher: PERSÉE: Université de Lyon, CNRS & ENS de Lyon. Terence faced the hostility of jealous rivals, particularly one older playwright, Luscius Lanuvinus, who launched a series of accusations against the newcomer. The main source of contention was Terence’s dramatic method.
It was the custom for these Roman dramatists to draw their material from earlier Greek comedies about rich young men and the difficulties that attended their amours. In these lists of writers of the Middle and New Comedy there are only a few who deserve or require any special notice.
Of the authors of the Middle Comedy we may mention the following: It appears from the words of Suidas^, that Eubulus, the son of Euphranor, who was an Athenian, and flourished about the year 1 Trept Kio/xuidias, XXX. 20, p. To search for a particular book please enter its title using quotation marks.
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Front. Apollodorus of Karystos (Ἀπολλόδωρος ὁ Καρύστιος) in Euboea was one of the most important writers of the Attic New Comedy, who flourished in Athens between and BC. He is to be distinguished from the older Apollodorus of Gela (—), also a writer of comedy, a contemporary of Menander.
Apollodorus of Athens, (died after bc), Greek scholar of wide interests who is best known for his Chronika (Chronicle) of Greek history. Apollodorus was a colleague of the Homeric scholar Aristarchus of Samothrace (both served as librarians of the great library in Alexandria, Egypt).Apollodorus left Alexandria about for Pergamum and eventually settled at Athens.
Apollodorus of Pergamon was one of the two most prominent teachers of rhetoric in the 1st century dorus of Gela () was a writer of comedies and Apollodorus of Carystus wrote. Aris & Phillips () p/b pp £ (ISBN ) Terence’s Phormio was adapted from a play (Epidikazomenos) by Apollodorus of Carystus, of whom little is known; the Phormio of the title is a ‘parasite’—better, ‘scrounger’ or ‘hanger-on’—to whom, rather as in Plautus, a good-sized role is allotted.
M.’s admirably full introduction (26 pages) covers Greek. Apollodorus of Pergamon was one of the two most prominent teachers of rhetoric in the 1st century BC. was a writer of comedies and Apollodorus of Carystus wrote comedies in the New Comedy. COVID Resources.
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Terence was born in Carthage. Between and B.C., he wrote six plays, using the plots and masks of the Greek New Comedy: The Lady of Andros, The Self-tormentor, The Eunuch, and The Brothers were adaptations of plays by Menander, and Phormio and The Mother-in-law were adaptations of plays by Apollodorus of Carystus.
In these plays Terence. Apollodorus of Gela (Greek: Ἀπολλόδωρος ὁ Γελῷος) in Sicily was a New Comedy playwright.
According to the Suda and Eudokia Makrembolitissa, he was a contemporary of Menander, and accordingly lived between the years and BCE.
The Suda and Eudocia attribute to him seven comedies, of which they give the titles. But while the editors of the Suda ascribes them to. "Apollodorus was a common Greek name. This article deals with the historian and mythographer.:"For the Greco-Syrian architect, see Apollodorus of other men of the same name see Apollodorus (disambiguation)."":"Not to be confused with Pseudo-Apollodorus, the author of the Bibliotheke.".
Apollodorus of Athens (Greek: Ἀπολλόδωρος ὁ Ἀθηναῖος; born ca. BC.'This book is too important to be neglected by the student of new comedy.
If he does not already read Dutch, he must make shift to do so. The author reconstructs six plays of Menander from Roman adaptations, viz.
the four utilized by Terence and two, 'Synaristosae' and 'Dis exapaton', that contributed to Plautus' 'Cistellaria' and 'Bacchides'.An illustration of an open book.
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"A New Fragment of Apollodorus of Carystus" is an article from Classical Philology, Volume 1.