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Google previewOdes and Epodes (1901)

by Horace

' fabulaeque Manes : the ghostly shades ; fabulae means that the Manes are unsubstantial ; though placed before Manes, ...

Google previewHorace, Odes and Epodes (1901)

by Horace

' fabulaeque Manes : the ghostly shades ; fabulae means that the Manes are unsubstantial ; though placed before Manes, ...

Google previewThe complete works (1901)

by Horace, Charles Edwin Bennett, John Carew Rolfe

' fabulaeque Manes : the ghostly shades ; fabulae means that the Maazes are unsubstantial ; though placed before Manes, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory (2012)

by J. A. Cuddon

The Latin fabulae were forms of drama among which we may distinguish the following: (a) Fabula Atellana, so called after the Oscan town Atella. A kind of southern Italian farce (q.v.) popular in Rome until the period of Augustus (63 BC-AD 14). They were bawdy pantomimes (q.v.) with stock characters (q.v.) who were represented by masks. Some of the main dramatis personae (q.v.) were: Bucco, the clown; Maccus, the fool; Pappus, the grandfather or foolish ...

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature (1995)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

fabula yfab-ys-b, Tab-yu-la\ plural fabulae \-,le, -,ll\ [Latin) In addition to meaning "talk," "story," or "fable," Latin fabula was a general word for "play"; particular types included the fabula Atellana \,at-3-'lan-3 \, fabula ...

Google previewThe World of Ancient Rome: A Daily Life Encyclopedia [2 volumes] (2015)

A Daily Life Encyclopedia by James W. Ermatinger

Other Latin authors including Plautus, Statius, and Terence translated and adopted the Greek plays (fabulae palliataeor Greek Cloaks). These plays then gave rise to works by and about Italian life. As with other festivals, the comedies were replaced by mimes by the end of the Republic. The two greatest comedian writers were Plautus and Terence. Plautus was a Roman comedy writer who lived from about 250 to 184 bce. Plautus, from Umbria, was from a poor family who supposedly ...

Google previewA New General Biographical Dictionary (1853)

Orell, with the following title:–Phaedri Augusti Liberti Fabulae AEsopiae, prima editio critica cum integra varietate Codd.

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Language Learning: Perseus, from Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles by John Kirtland

LibriVox Language Learning Collection by Various This collection is part of an initiative to create a language learning resource at LibriVox. The LibriVox ...

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The value of this 7-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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