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Adelphoe

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Adelphoe (also Adelphoi and Adelphi – The Brothers) is a play by Roman playwright Terence, adapted partly from plays by Menander and Diphilus. It was first performed in 160 BC at the funeral games of Aemilius Paulus. Exploring the best form of child-rearing, the play inspired Molière's The School for Husbands.Adelphoe is often considered Terence's masterpiece.
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original title: Adelphoe
language: Latin
genre: Fabula palliata

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