Phormio (Greek: Φορμίων Phormion, gen.: Φορμίωνος), the son of Asopius, was an Athenian general and admiral before and during the Peloponnesian War. 
Phormio is a Latin comic play by the early Roman playwright Terence. It was first performed at the Ludi Romani of 161 BC.  Phormio is based on a play by ...
Complete summary of Terence's Phormio. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of Phormio.
Portait of an unknown Athenian general. Our main source for the career of Phormio, the son of an influential Athenian named Asopius, is the History of the ...
Phormio has 32 ratings and 4 reviews. Nicolas said: Yet another busy Roman play with little substance. Phormio is the most interesting character, the res...
Phormio Play by Terence. ... and his obsessive attention to detail in the plots of Hecyra and Phormio derives from the Greek models of those plays by Apollodorus of ...
P. TERENTI AFRI PHORMIO PROLOGVS. Postquam poeta vetu' poetam non potest retrahere a studio et transdere hominem in otium, maledictis deterrere ne scribat parat;
1 Since the old Poet: He alludes to his old enemy, Luscus Lavinius, who is mentioned in all his Prologues, except those to the Hecyra. 2 While one implored)--Ver. 8.
Publii Terentii Comoediae VI. P. Terentius Afer. Edward St. John Parry, M.A. London. Whitaker and Co., Ave Maria Lane; George Bell, Fleet Street. 1857.
Phormio. London : Methuen, 1959 (OCoLC)2563509: Named Person: Terence. Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: