Document ReferencePw V 547
TitleMS verse, unattributed, epilogue composed for Terence's Phormio [performed at Westminster School 1713?]; n.d.
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionText consists of 26 lines, in Terentian metre (mainly iambic senarii).

The epilogue is headed by the names of the speaking characters: Hegio, Crito, Cratinus.

This is an epilogue specially composed for Terence's Phormio, performed at Westminster School.

The date of the performance should be 1713, the first time an epilogue had more than one speaker (Sargeaunt, Annals of Westminster School (1898) pp 150-1), so dated also by Lusus Alteri Westmonasterienses I (1863) pp19-20.
Title Of WorkEpilogus Phormioni
First Line of PoemHeg<io>: Adeste vos quaeso, mihi videtur, Crito,
Last Line of PoemCui parti quisq<ue> faveat, Dico. Plaudite.
Termeducation, schools, Westminster School
Physical DescriptionOne folio folded once to form two quartos
Descriptive FeaturesCountermark: Letters DV, approx. 14 x 30 mm
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Publication NoteLusus Westmonasterienses (1730) pp 233-34

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA72710Terentius Afer; P. (c.190-c.159 BC); -; Terence; Roman comic dramatistc.190-c.159 BC
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