Lucretius on the Nature of Things: Translated from the Latin Into English Verse (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from Lucretius on the Nature of Things: Translated From the Latin Into English Verse It was probably after his praetorship that he was assigned the province of Bithynia, whither he was accompanied by the poet Catullus, who gives a not very favourable account of his life and character. In 54 B.0. He was a candidate for the office of Consul, and being accused of bribery was exiled and afterwards lived at Athens. We have a letter* from Cicero to him, which goes to show that he was not a Very ardent follower of ...

Lucretius on the Nature of Things: Translated from the Latin Into English Verse (Classic Reprint) 2017, Forgotten Books

ISBN-13: 9781440080296

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