LANUVIN Lustsy (Luscius Lanuvinus)( Rome ï¦ï+ï+ï¦ï¦ïTï+ï¨ÿ-ï¦ÿL)
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Lustsy Lanuvin; Luscius Lanuvinus, III / II in. BC. e., Roman ï¦ï+ï+ï¦ï¦ïTï+ï¨ÿ-ï¦ÿL of Lanuvio. Rival and antagonist of Terence, which may be trying to destroy, charged with drafting the contamination, the use of borrowing and recourse to outside help for writing comedies. From these charges Terence defended himself in the prologues to his plays, especially to the eunuchs, and Formione. L. wrote palliata, in contrast to Plautus and Terence, processing the samples, he did not depart from the original. Perhaps comedy Fears (Phasma) and Treasure (Thesaurus) was the literal translation of the Greek plays, and because they were unintelligible to the Roman reader.