The Roman Stage: A Short History of Latin Drama in the Time of the Republic

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ILLUSTRATIONS
Iphigeneia in Tauris, illustrating so-called prothyron. Volute krater, Buckingham Collectiontitle page

( Mon. d. Inst. IV, pl. 51)

Reconstruction of Theatre at Oeniadae with thyromatafacing1

(Bieber,1 fig. 332)

Spectators and Performers at the Etruscan Games " 10
1. Part of the Tomba della Scimmia at Chiusi

(Poulsen,2 fig. 20)

2. Part of small frieze in the Tomba delle Bighe

(Paulsen,2 fig. 19)

Scenes from the Etruscah Games " 10

(Poulsen,2 figs. 4, 5 and 6)

Chiron goes upstairs': Phlyax Vase-painting " 15

(Photo: British Museum)

Scene from Comedy: Relief from Pompeii in Naples Museum " 38

(Photo: Alinari)

Jupiter and Mercury. Phlyax Vase-painting in the Vatican Museum50

(Photo: Alinari)

Roman Theatre Ticketspage167

(Bieber,1 fig. 455)

Poet and Tragic Muse: Choosing the Masks (?). Relief in the Lateran Museumfacing178

(Photo: Alinari)

Street Musicians: Mosaic by Dioskorides, from Pompeii222

(Photo: Alinari)

The Large Theatre, Pompeii262

(Photo: Author)

The Roman Theatre, Vaison-la-Romaine, showing curtain-slot262

(Photo: Author)

Mechanism of drop-curtain, according to Mazoispage266

(Fiechter,3 fig. 119)

The Roman Theatre, Orangefacing274

(Photo: F. Beau, Avignon-Monclar)

Relation of house-doors to the side-entrancespage277
Construction of Greek or Roman doorway282
Woman unlocking front door285

(D. & S., s. v. ianua,4 fig. 4128)

Woman looking out of door285

(D. & S., s. v. ianua,4 fig. 4131)

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1
From Bieber: History of the Greek and Roman Theatre by permission of Princeton University Press.
1
From Bieber: History of the Greek and Roman Theatre by permission of Princeton University Press.
2
From Poulsen: Etruscan Tomb Paintings by permission of Oxford University Press.
2
From Poulsen: Etruscan Tomb Paintings by permission of Oxford University Press.
2
From Poulsen: Etruscan Tomb Paintings by permission of Oxford University Press.
3
From Fiechter: Baugeschichtliche Entwicklung des antiken Theaters by permission of Becksche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Munich
4
From the article on ianua in Daremberg et Saglio by permission of Messrs. Hachette.
4
From the article on ianua in Daremberg et Saglio by permission of Messrs. Hachette.

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