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English citations of Agnoea
- 1966, Joint Association of Classical Teachers, Didaskalos (B. Blackwell), volume 2, issues 1–3,
- 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,
- At the end of the prologue Agnoea says goodbye to the spectators and asks them to attend to the rest of the play.