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Horace

Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus, 65–8 BCE) (author page at Amazon) 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 by Horace:

Ode 1.38 (translated from the Latin by Chris Childers)
Ode 3.13 (translated from the Latin by Chris Childers)
Satire i.1 (translated from the Latin by David Ferry)
To Lydia (translated from the Latin by David Ferry)
To Praise Aelius Lamia (translated from the Latin by David Ferry)
To Pyrrhus (translated from the Latin by David Ferry)
To Virgil (translated from the Latin by David Ferry)


and read more

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