By C.W. Marshall,Tom Hawkins,C. W. Marshall
This quantity bargains the 1st expansive therapy of the reception of Athenian comedy within the Roman Empire. those engaged and fascinating reviews study the lasting impression of classical Athenian comedian drama. Demonstrating a number of methodologies and scholarly views, resources mentioned contain papyri, mosaics, level heritage, epigraphy and a huge diversity of literature reminiscent of dramatic works in Latin and Greek, together with verse satire, essays, and epistolary fiction.
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Athenian Comedy in the Roman Empire by C.W. Marshall,Tom Hawkins,C. W. Marshall