Maecenas   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Maecenas   (C. Cilnius Maecenas) - a friend of the emperor Augustus
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Wikipedia entry
37/7 Vergilius and Varius accompany Maecenas on a journey to Brundisium.
36/28 Maecenas governs Italy on behalf of Octavianus.
31/20 Maecenas governs Italy in the absence of Octavianus.
    Within translations:
ElegMaec_1.1 At one time, my Maecenas, I lacked converse with you
ElegMaec_1.103 The Emperor was Maecenas' friend: so he was free to liv
ElegMaec_1.113 That your life, Maecenas, might last for ever in virtue
ElegMaec_1.135 135] Now you have, Maecenas, the reward of sincerity, now
ElegMaec_1.17 covered the waters wide, Maecenas showed bravery around
ElegMaec_2.1 enas, 2 [2.1] Thus spoke Maecenas at the coming of fate,
ElegMaec_2.11 anks to you that I was the one Maecenas of the day. I was
NicDam_130.133 Marcus Agrippa, Lucius Maecenas, Quintus Juventius, Marc
Plut:Mor_207 bed, I think so. & Maecenas, his intimate companion, prese

  Maecenas 2   - a secretary of Sertorius
Sall:Hist_3.79 us, was below him. Maecenas, the other secretary, was on

  Maecenas   - in documents
CIL_1.2519 heir common purse. Approved by Maecenas Mal . . ., so


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