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  • Myrna Liz Rodriguez

    "Tito Maccio Plauto ( Sarsina, actual Italia, 251 a.C.-Roma, 184 a.C.) fue un comediografo latino . Sus comedias comenzaron a representarse en Roma a partir del 210 a. C., en medio de un gran éxito de público, hecho que se tradujo, tras su muerte, en una abundante circulación de obras. Son más de 130 las comedias atribuidas a Plauto. Plauto se dedicó exclusivamente a la comedia, tomando como modelo la nueva comedia griega." Biografia tomada de La verdad se esconde en palabras.

  • Jaime Ariansen Cespedes

    08 - Cayo o Tito Petronio Árbitro (en latín Gaius Petronius Arbiter), nacido en algún momento entre los años 14 y 27 en Massalia (actual Marsella) y fallecido ca. del año 65 y 66 en Cumas, fue un escritor y político romano, que vivió durante el reinado del emperador Nerón.

  • Greta Vacchiano

    Petronius Arbiter viene descritto da Tacito come efficiente uomo di potere. La sua raffinatezza e gusto estetico lo avvicinarono a Nerone. Si suicidò nel 66 in modo paradossale.

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