MENANDER (ca. 343-292 BC) Athenian playwright exponent of the "new comedy". He wrote 108 comedies, was imitated by Plautus and Terence. Of all the works he has remained a "The urchin". Portrait by: 'gallery of the ancient Greeks and Romans with a small description of their lives' by Georg Wilhelm Zapf, dedicated the Altitude serenissima Carlo Federico Margrave of Baden; Translation from the German by Tommaso de Bassus (1742-1815) by Giuseppe Ambrosioni; Volume II, 1784 Poschiavo

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title: MENANDER

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caption: MENANDER (ca. 343-292 BC) Athenian playwright exponent of the "new comedy". He wrote 108 comedies, was imitated by Plautus and Terence. Of all the works he has remained a "The urchin". Portrait by: 'gallery of the ancient Greeks and Romans with a small description of their lives' by Georg Wilhelm Zapf, dedicated the Altitude serenissima Carlo Federico Margrave of Baden; Translation from the German by Tommaso de Bassus (1742-1815) by Giuseppe Ambrosioni; Volume II, 1784 Poschiavo

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