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Horace

Horace

Horace (65–8 BCE) is, along with Virgil, the most celebrated of the Augustan poets. The son of a freed slave, he was a staff officer in Brutus’ army, which was defeated by Augustus at the Battle of Philippi. Horace, pardoned, returned to Rome and later wrote his Satires, Epodes, Odes, and Epistles.

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By Horace
Poetry
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By Horace
Poetry
AGNI 42Print Only

By Horace
Poetry
AGNI 42Print Only

By Horace
Poetry
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By Horace
Poetry
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By Horace
Poetry
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