Terence

Publius Terentius Afer (s; 195/185–159 BC), better known in English as Terence (s), was a playwright of the Roman Republic, of North African descent. His comedies were performed for the first time around 170–160 BC. Terentius Lucanus, a Roman senator, brought Terence to Rome as a slave, educated him and later on, impressed by his abilities, fr...
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Terence

(195 â€` 159 BCE) Roman playwright; his six plays include Andria, Hecyra and Adelphoe; many of his plays, like those of Plautus, were adapted from Greek originals, although Terence added Prologues in which he added additional information pertinent to his plays; Terence was popular throughout the following ages, helping sustain his manuscripts.
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Terence

(c. 190-c. 159 BC) Roman dramatist. Born in Carthage, he was taken as a slave to Rome where he was freed and came under the patronage of the Roman general Scipio Africanus Minor. His surviving six comedies (including...
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Terence

[given name] Terence is a male given name, derived from the Latin name Terentius. The diminutive form is Terry. Spelling variants include Terrence, Terance, and Terrance. ==Notable people with this name== ==Fictional characters== ...
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Terence

after Plautus the greatest Roman comic dramatist, the author of six verse comedies that were long regarded as models of pure Latin. Terence`s plays ... [9 related articles]
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Terence

Roman dramatist. Born in Carthage, he was taken as a slave to Rome where he was freed and came under the patronage of the Roman general Scipio Africanus Minor. His surviving six comedies (including The Eunuch (161 BC)) are subtly characterized and based on Greek models. They were widely read and performed during the Middle Ages a...
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Terence

Terence (Publius Terentius Afer) (ter'uns) , b. c.185 or c.195 B.C., d. c.159 B.C., Roman writer of comedies, b. Carthage. As a boy he was a slave of Terentius Lucanus, a Roman senator, who brought him to Rome, educated him, and gave him his freedom. Six comedies by him survive—Andria, Hea...
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Terence

Terence is an English name for boys. The meaning is `ruler of the people` The name Terence is most commonly given to French boys. (3 times more often than to American boys.) Terence is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands If it's too long you might use: Tel What do they use in other countries? Terri (English) Terry (English) Terrie (English) ...
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