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English citations of Agnoea

  • 1966, Joint Association of Classical Teachers, Didaskalos (B. Blackwell), volume 2, issues 1–3, page 160
    Not merely is such a figure compatible with the plays of Menander and Plautus, he (or she) is usually ready to hand, and named: Pan, Agnoea, Arcturus, Luxuria, Auxilium Deus, or merely Choragus or Prologus.
  • 1975, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik (Habelt Verlag), volumes 16–17, page 125
    At the end of the prologue Agnoea says goodbye to the spectators and asks them to attend to the rest of the play.