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P. Terentius Afer (Terence), The Eunuch (ed. Henry Thomas Riley), act 1, scene 2 (search)
make you presents; for he likewise pointing to PHAEDRIA brought a pretty considerable share to you. THAIS Such is the fact; but do allow me to arrive at the point I wish. In the mean time, the Captain, who had begun to take a fancy to me, set out to Caria;Set out for Caria: This was a country of Asia Minor upon the sea-coast, opposite to the island of Rhodes. since when, in the interval, I became acquainted with you. You yourself are aware how very dear I have held you; and how I confess to you all my nearest counsels. PHAEDRIA Nor will Parmeno be silent about that. PARMENO O, is that a matter of doubt? THAIS
P. Terentius Afer (Terence), The Eunuch (ed. Henry Thomas Riley), act 3, scene 1 (search)
ost mighty King,The most mighty King: It has been suggested that Darius III. is here alluded to, who was a contemporary of Menander. As however Pyrrhus, king of Epirus, is mentioned in this Play, there is no necessity to go out of the way to make Terence guilty of an anachronism. Madame Dacier suggests that Seleucus, king of part of Asia Minor, is meant; and as Thraso is called "a stranger" or "foreigner" toward the end of the Play, he probably was intended to be represented as a native of Asia and a subject of Seleucus. One of the Seleuci was also favored with the services of Pyrgopolinices, the "Braggart Captain" of Plautus, in the Miles