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T. Maccius Plautus, Aulularia, or The Concealed Treasure (ed. Henry Thomas Riley), act 2, scene 5 (search)
EUCLIO'S house ; and to a MUSIC-GIRL and some of the PEOPLE with provisions do you follow him; the rest of you this way, to our house. LYCONIDES By my troth, you've made an unfair division; they've got the fattest lamb. STROBILUS But the fattest music-girl shall be given you then. Do you, therefore, go along with him, PhrygiaPhrygia: "Phrygia" was an appropriate girl for a "tibicina," "music-girl," or female player on the flute, as that instrument was originally introduced from Phrygia, or Lydia, which adjoined it. Eleusium would probably derive her name from Eleusis in Attica, where the mysteries of Ceres were celebrated. Players on the "tibiƦ" were much in request on festive occasions, especially at weddings, as in the present instance. The "tibicina" were probably hired in the market-place, the same way as the cooks.. And do you, Eleusium, step in-doors here, to our house. LYCONIDES O you crafty Strobilus, have you pushed me off here upon this most miserly old fellow, where if I