Terence's first play he ever wrote
Andria is a comedy adapted and translated through history by Niccolo Machiavelli, Terence, and Menander. It was both Machiavelli's and Terence's first forays into playwriting. Machiavelli adapted through translation from Terence's play, and Terence adapted through translation from Menander's play. It was first performed at Rome, about 170 BC. It was also the first of Terence's plays to be performed post-antiquity, in Florence in 1476.