5 edition of The Last Poets of Imperial Rome (Classics) found in the catalog.
The Last Poets of Imperial Rome (Classics)
May 26, 1983 by Penguin Classics .
Written in English
|Contributions||Harold Isbell (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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This page was last edited on 26 Aprilat (UTC). In ad 86 Books I and II of the Epigrams were published, and between 86 when Martial returned to Spain, new books of the Epigrams were issued at more or less yearly intervals. After 34 years in Rome, Martial returned to Spain, where his last book (numbered XII) was published, probably in ad He died not much over a year later in his.
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His biographical subjects include John Steinbeck Reviews: Martial. AKA Marcus Valerius Martialis. Born: 41 AD Birthplace: Bilbilis, Spain Died: AD Cause of death: unspecified Gender: Male Religion: Pagan Race or Ethnicity: White Occupation: Poet Nationality: Ancient Rome Executive summary: Roman epigrammatist Latin epigrammatist, born in one of the years AD 38 to 41, for, in book X of which the poems were composed in the yearshe is found Poet.
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