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

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INDEX
Accius, 16, 31, 32, 60-2, 64, 111-19, 225
act, 44, 188-210
acting, actor, 11, 13, 14, 18, 71, 76, 158-60, 175, 221, 229-32
actress, 141, 143, 144, 266
Aesopus(actor), 158
Afranius92, 120-7
Allinson, F. G., 197, 244
Ambivius Turpio, 79, 156-8
amphitheatre, 164
Andronicus, Livius, 5, 16-22, 23, 61, 63, 76, 157
angiportus, -um,173, 248-55
Antiodemis (mime-actress), 144
Aprissius, 139
Aquilius, 105
archiminus, -a,145, 231
Attellana12, 13, 15, 29, 37, 129-40, 184, 230-1
Atilius, 105
Atta, 120-7
aulaeum. See curtain
awnings, praef.,162
Balbus, L. Cornelius, 32, 34
Bassulus, L. Pomponius, 229
Bathyllus, 226
Becker, W. A., 279-80
Bieber, M., praef.,271
Bucco, 131 ff.
Bulle, H., 263
Butler, H. E., 263
Caecilius, 61, 75-80, 81, 83-4
cantica, 19, 64, 65, 71, 161, 211-24, 226
cantor, 221. See actor
Capps, E., 197
Catienus, 71, 261
Catullus (mime), 262
cauea, 163
centunculus,145, 147
Chambers, Ed., 191
choragus, 158. See also producer
Choricius of Gaza, 232
chorus, 19, 44, 65, 188-210
Cincius Faliscus, 185
Cleon (mime actor), 142
Clifford, H. R., 202
collegium poetarum,18, 76, 118
commedia dell' arte,140
conquistor, 161
contaminatio,88-94, 100-4
Cornford, F. M., 10
costurnes, 176-87
cothurnus, 180, 183, 257
curtain, 44, 71, 141, 146, 171-2, 259- 66, 276
Dalman, C. O., 249, 279, 281
dance, 9-12, 44, 214-5, 226
Demetrius(actor), 229
Dieterich, A., 140, 262
Diomedes(grammarian), 185, 201, 212-3, 256, 262
dissignator,161
diuerbium (deuerbium),211-24
Donatus, on act-division, 188-210
on costumes, 177-9, 185
on the curtain, 266
on forms of drama, 256-8
on Music, 212 ff.
on Terence, 82, 87, 88, 90, 92-5, 98-9
doors, 117, 168-9, 174, 249-55, 277-85
Dörpfeld, W., 236-8
Dossennus, 131 ff.
doubling of parts, 43, 159
Duff, J. Wight, 21, 233
Dziatsko, K., 86
Enk, P. J., 55
Ennius, 17, 25, 31, 60-8
Eucharis, 144
Evanthius. See Donatus
fabula, types of, 256-8
Fensterbusch, C., 241
Fescennine verses, 9-11, 14
v Fiechter, E. R., 261, 264-6
Flaccus (tibicen), 160, 221
Flickinger, R., 196, 201, 204, 240
flute, flute-player. See tibia,tibicen.
Fraenkel, E., 224
Freté, A., 193, 206
Frickenhaus, A., 278-9
Fufius, 71, 261

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