Komedi Kuno

Komedi Kuno (archaia) adalah periode pertama Komedi Yunani Kuno, menurut pembagian kanonikal oleh para ahli tata tulis Aleksandria.[1] Pengarang sandiwara Komika Kuno paling menonjol adalah Aristofanes.

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  1. ^ Mastromarco (1994) p.12