Jerome, Chronicle, Olympiad 155.3 (156 BC)

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Publius Terentius Carthaginensis comoediarum scriptor, ob ingenium et formam libertate donatus, in Arcadia moritur, qui primam Andriam, antequam aedilibus uenderet, Caecilio multum se mirari legit.

Publius Terentius of Carthage, writer of comedies, who was granted freedom because of his talent and good looks, died in Arcadia. Before he sold his first play, The Girl from Andros, to the aediles, he read it to Caecilius, who admired him greatly.

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