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T. Maccius Plautus, Curculio, or The Forgery (ed. Henry Thomas Riley), Introduction, THE SUBJECT. (search)
d with Lyco, the banker, who, has been ordered, on receiving a letter signed with the Captain's signet, to have the young woman delivered to the bearer. While the Captain is overpowered with wine, Curculio steals his signet, and hastens back to Epidaurus, where he forges a letter by means of it, which he delivers to Lyco, as though from the Captain. The money is paid to the Procurer, and Planesium is handed over to Curculio; a condition having been previously made, that if she should turn out to be a free woman by birth, the money shall be repaid to the purchaser. Curculio then delivers Planesium to Phædromus. The same day, the Captain arrives at Epidaurus, and is soon after recognized by Planesium as her brother, through the medium of the ring, which had belonged to her father. To corroborate her assertion, Planesium produces another ring, which Therapontigonus had presented to her when a child as a birthday present. On this, she is given by her brother in marriage to Phædromus; and
T. Maccius Plautus, Curculio, or The Forgery (ed. Henry Thomas Riley), act 1, scene 1 (search)
instructions in their sleep. of Æsculapius; that fellow is my torturer. PALINURUS How so? PHÆD. At one time he asks me for thirty minæ for her, at another for a great talent; and from him I cannot obtain any fair and just dealing. PALINURUS You are too exacting, in requiring that of him which no Procurer possesses. PHÆD. Now, I've sent my Parasite hence to CariaTo Caria: Caria was in Asia Minor. Schmieder justly observes, that the Parasite must have used the wings of Dædalus, to go from Epidaurus in the Peloponnesus, to Caria, and discharge his commission and return in four days only. A Roman audience would not, however, be likely to know much about the relative distance of places so far off., to ask for money on loan from my friend; if he doesn't bring me this, which way to turn myself I know not. PALINURUS If you salute the Deities, towards the rightTowards the right: Dextrovorsum. A quibble seems to be intended in the use of this word; Palinurus, in saying "turn to the right ha