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Horace
Portrait of 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.

AGNI has published the following work:

Poetry
To Virgil
By Horace
Translated from the Latin by David Ferry
AGNI 42 Print Only
Poetry
To Praise Aelius Lamia
By Horace
Translated from the Latin by David Ferry
AGNI 42 Print Only
Poetry
To Pyrrhus
By Horace
Translated from the Latin by David Ferry
AGNI 42 Print Only
Poetry
To Lydia
By Horace
Translated from the Latin by David Ferry
AGNI 42 Print Only
Poetry
Satire i.1
By Horace
Translated from the Latin by David Ferry
AGNI 73 Print Only
Poetry
Ode 1.38
By Horace
Translated from the Latin by Christopher Childers
AGNI 79 Print Only
Poetry
Ode 3.13
By Horace
Translated from the Latin by Christopher Childers
AGNI 79 Print Only
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