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Biography Philemon (Philemon)
Philemon; Philemon, of Syracuse, ca. 361-OK. 262 years. BC. e., Greek ï¦ï+ï+ï¦ï¦ïTï+ï¨ÿ-ï¦ÿL. During his long life, mostly carried out in Athens, where he received citizenship (while he also lived in Alexandria), wrote 97 comedies. They are survived 64 names, such as Brothers (Adelphoi), Babylonian (Babylonios), Merchant (Emporos), Korinfyanka (Korinthia), youth (Ephebos), Red (Pyrrhos), Warrior (Stratiotes). The earliest of his plays have belonged to the middle comedy, then he gradually moved to a new comedy. He won many victories over Menandro. Preserved nearly 250 fragments of comedies F. They are less heterogeneous metrically than the comedy of Menander. His plays were translated Plautus, for example, Merchant (Mercator), and in Athens staged a long time after his death. Future awarded him second place among the representatives of the new comedy after Menander.