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  Horatius   (Q.Horatius Flaccus) - Roman poet, known as "Horace" in English
Wikipedia entry
  + Horace
65/23 The poet Horatius is born at Venusia.
42/39 The poet Horatius receives a pardon, despite having served as an offi
37/7 The poets Horatius, Vergilius and Varius accompany Maecenas on a jour
35/16 Hor:Sat_1.1-10, the first book of the Satires of Horatius.
30/48 Hor:Epod_, the Epodes of Horatius.
30/49 Hor:Sat_2.1-8, the second book of Horatius' Satires.
[suetonius],- [SUETONIUS], Horatius
    Within translations:
Ennius:Ann_471 [471-2] PORPHYRIO , on Horatius' words : 'It's worth you
Ennius:Ann_503 03] PORPHYRIO , on Horatius' 'Do you see how Soracte stand
Ennius:Ann_543 a man of Canusium' in Horatius [ Sat_1.10'38 ] : Biling
Hieron:Chron_1952 pion. [not in Ar.] Horatius Flaccus, the writer of satires
Hieron:Chron_1994 the friend of Vergilius and Horatius, died. 189.3 . [19
Hieron:Chron_2000 ociates of Vergilius and Horatius, were considered outstan
Hieron:Chron_2008 ians. [not in Ar.] Horatius died at Rome, in the 57th year
Plinius:Ep_9.22 successfully reproduces Horace as he did Propertius in

  Horatius   - in documents
CIL_1.2123 Presentation of a graveyard by Horatius Balbus. Foun
SelPap_2.401 Torquatus and Julianus, Horatius Herennianus ; transf

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