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Question 1: A phrase by his ________ collaborator Flaccus for Terence's comedy Hecyra is all that remains of the entire body of ancient Roman music.
Classical musicMusical notationMusicMusic theory

Question 2:
Terence, Titus Pomponius Atticus and Ptolemy IX Lathyros are all:
2nd-century BC births Old Latin-language writers 2nd-century BC writers 2nd-century BC Romans

Question 3: Aelius Donatus, ________'s teacher, is the earliest surviving commentator on Terence's work.
Justin MartyrJeromeIrenaeusEucharistic theologies contrasted

Question 4: He may have been born in or near ________ or in Greek Italy to a woman taken to Carthage as a slave.
TunisKerkouaneSousseCarthage

Question 5:
Terence, Hipparchus and Apollodorus are all:
Latin-language writers 2nd-century BC writers 2nd-century BC Romans Ancient Roman comic dramatists

Question 6: Commentum Terenti by Aelius Donatus, at the ________; 1902 Teubner edition.
Amazon KindleInternet ArchiveGoogle BooksCalibre (software)

Question 7: Eunuchus; Restoration poet and playwright Sir ________ modelled his comedy Bellamira: or, The Mistress (1687) partly on this play.
Sir Charles Sedley, 5th BaronetNew Romney (UK Parliament constituency)EnglandRestoration comedy

Question 8:
Terence, Marcus Tullius Tiro and Alexander Polyhistor are all:
2nd-century BC Romans Republican era slaves and freedmen 2nd-century BC writers Old Latin-language writers

Question 9:
Terence, Plautus and Lucius Pomponius are all:
2nd-century BC Romans Ancient Roman comic dramatists Republican era slaves and freedmen 2nd-century BC writers

Question 10: Publius Terentius Afer (195/185–159 BC), better known in English as Terence, was a playwright of the ________.
Roman EmpireClassical antiquityAncient RomeRoman Republic
















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