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which has likewise escaped the Notice of the Learned. The Author is saying, that, in the old Comedy, the Masks were made so nearly to relemble the Persons to be satirized, that before the Actor spoke a Word, it was known whom he was to personate. But, in the New Comedy, when Athens was conquered by the Macedonians, and the Poets were fearfuí lest their Masks should be construed to resemble any of their New Governors, they formed them fo preposterously as only to move Laughter ; verwieses gã (says He) tas opgūs év tois προσώπους τ Μενάνδρα κωμωδίας οποιας έχα, και όπως οξεςραμμέον το ΣΩΜΑ, και δε εξ ανθρώπων φύσιν. . We see therefore what strange

Eyebrows there are to the Masks used in Me“ nander's Comedies; and how the Body is distorted, and unlike any human Creature alive. " But the Author, 'tis evident, is speaking ba stractedly of Masks; and what Reference i as the Distortion of the Body to the Look of a Vifor? I am satisfied, Platonius wrote; xj ő: WS des resempfvor to "OMMA, i. e. " and how " the Eyes were goggled and distorted.” This is to the Purpose of his Subject: and Jul. Pollux, in describing the Comic Masques, speaks of some that had ETPEBAON TO 'OMMA: Others, that were AIA’ET POΦΟΙ * "ΌΨΙΝ. PERVEK 918 oculis, as Cicero calls them, speaking of Rojcius.

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himself very careless in this Relpect. When he was at Sardis, he met with a Medal of the Emperor Commodus feared in the Midt of the Zodiack with Celestial Signs engiayen on it and, don the other Side, A Figute, with ja Crown-Mure, with these, Letters

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