Wolfgang de Melo

Wolfgang de Melo is University Lecturer in Classical Philology at Wolfson College, University of Oxford.

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Cover: Amphitryon. The Comedy of Asses. The Pot of Gold. The Two Bacchises. The CaptivesAmphitryon. The Comedy of Asses. The Pot of Gold. The Two Bacchises. The CaptivesPlautus
de Melo, Wolfgang
HARDCOVER01/05/2011$28.00
Cover: Casina. The Casket Comedy. Curculio. Epidicus. The Two MenaechmusesCasina. The Casket Comedy. Curculio. Epidicus. The Two MenaechmusesPlautus
de Melo, Wolfgang
HARDCOVER05/16/2011$28.00
Cover: The Little Carthaginian. Pseudolus. The RopeThe Little Carthaginian. Pseudolus. The RopePlautus
de Melo, Wolfgang
HARDCOVER05/01/2012$28.00
Cover: The Merchant. The Braggart Soldier. The Ghost. The PersianThe Merchant. The Braggart Soldier. The Ghost. The PersianPlautus
de Melo, Wolfgang
HARDCOVER11/28/2011$28.00
Cover: Stichus. Three-Dollar Day. Truculentus. The Tale of a Traveling-Bag. FragmentsStichus. Three-Dollar Day. Truculentus. The Tale of a Traveling-Bag. FragmentsPlautus
de Melo, Wolfgang
HARDCOVER04/29/2013$28.00
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