Very Good with no dust jacket. Former owner's name on inner cover (Ernest A. Dale) and former classics scholar's name on ffep (D. O. Robson). Gilt-lettering on spine is slightly faded. Minor rubbing to boards. Light Pencil marginalia on a few pages.; A scholarly account of the drama produced in the theatres of ancient Rome. Includes Livius, Naevius, Plautus, Greek New Comedy, Roman tragedy, Pacuvius, Terence, Palliatae, Accius, the Fabula Togata, Fabula Atellana, mime, Latin prologues, spectators, stage and actors' house, costumes and masks, music and metre. Also includes appendices which give seats in the Greek and Roman theatres, side-entrances and periaktoi in Hellenistic theater, the Angiportum and roman drama, Crepidata, Palliata, Tabernaria, Togata, the Roman Stage curtain, changes of scene and scenery, and doors shown on the stage.; 292 pages.
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