This work is one of the few comedies that have survived the centuries intact. Roman’s work is a translation and adaptation of the Greek work alazon (dated about 287 BCKr., Based on the relationship between the soldier with Seleucia, is recruiting soldiers for him).
This work is one of the few comedies that have survived the centuries intact. Roman’s work is a translation and adaptation of the Greek work alazon (dated about 287 BCKr., Based on the relationship between the soldier with Seleucia, is recruiting soldiers for him). It is believed that Plautus composed approximately 206 miles gloriosus b.Kr., Based on an allusion to prison Naevius. There are two arguments of the work (ie, summary of the action) is given by the characters and the beginning of the work yourself. Interestingly, the one of the characters is also a summary of the action at the beginning of the game, a challenge to those who wanted to quit. The stories of almost all the works of the Greeks and Romans were much later became known to the public. This type of introduction allows the audience the pleasure principal interested, excited, moved by, or with handling, instead of wondering what will happen – something like reading a classic or a tale familiar plot, and is still in the hands of someone says or shows (each producing a movie or a game varies too).
This work begins to Ephesus, where the terrible wars vain and full of himself kidnapped a young courtesan in Athens born free, that promise is out of town on business of the state. When the young man serving light with her about this incident, the same officer captured by pirates and slaves of the same wars.
He wrote to his master, who then come to Ephesus to live with his father’s old friend, “a free-thinking, who happen to live next to the warrior. The servant opened the wall so that there is a passage between the houses, and young lovers can be. One of the other agents go through a skylight while pursuing a monkey. Officials of the competition and the guardian is convinced that her twin sister who came with his mother, hoping to get the girl. In the meantime, a friend of his father “tries to marry a beautiful young courtesan, but evil. She pretends to be madly in love with the swaggering soldier and said she was separated from her husband for him (and stays with the house as part of the dowry her), so it sends the girl who was kidnapped in Athens, giving the slave was stolen from the young, and lots of jewelry and clothes and things I had bought for her while she was with him. He believes that the door is having rich and beautiful young divorced next – but when he goes to meet him, he met his neighbor and his slaves in their place, they beat him as punishment for adultery, then send a promenade – a sad man, but wiser.