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The argument is one employed previously by the Saxon nun Roswitha in the tenth century in her comedy Paphnutius.
An edition of Roswitha had been published at Nuremberg in 1501, so that Erasmus may well have taken his model at first-hand.
Roswitha was greeted by the world of the Renaissance as the "German Muse."Women of the Teutonic Nations|Hermann Schoenfeld
The child I will leave with you, Roswitha—No, you would forget him if a man so much as looked through the door at you!The Vinland Champions|Ottilie A. Liljencrantz
It is in a spirit far different from that of her panegyric on the emperor Otho that Roswitha writes her dramas.Of Six Medival Women|Alice Kemp-Welch