Definition of fabula togata
fabulae togatae\-ätˌē, -ātˌē\
: ancient Roman comedy based on a Greek model but treating native Roman subjects — compare fabula palliata
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Origin and Etymology of fabula togata
Latin, literally, drama in togas; from the togas worn by the actors
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