Ludus scaenicus

Homines fabulam in parva scaena exsequuntur.

Ludus scaenicus,[1] vel fabula scaenica,[2] est genus litterarum a fabularum scriptore confectum, quod usitate consistit in diverbio inter personas praescripto, ad exsecutionem theatralem, non ad solam lectionem) destinatum. Apud Graecos et Romanos, ludi scaenici semper versibus utuntur.

Nexus interni

Indices

Res cognatae

Notae

  1. Cicero Fam. 7.1.4; Liv. 34.54.3.
  2. Gell. Noctes Atticae 10.3.19.

Bibliographia

  • Fontaine, Michael & Adele Scafuro. The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Comedy. Oxford University Press, 2014.
  • Moore, Timothy. The Theater of Plautus: Playing to the Audience. University of Texas Press, 1998.
  • Rabinowitz, Nancy Sorkin. Greek Tragedy. Malden: Blackwell, 2008. ISBN 9781405121613
  • Storey, Ian C. & Arlene Allan. A Guide to Ancient Greek Drama, editio altera. Oxonii: Wiley Blackwell, 2014. ISBN 978-1-118-45512-8

Nexus externi

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