Classics - Classical Rome

Classical Rome

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  • Seneca the Younger
  • Cicero
  • Lucretius
  • Marcus Aurelius
  • Roman mythology
  • Roman religion
  • Agriculture
    • Cato the Elder
    • Columella
    • Varro

Astrology/Astronomy

    • Manilius
  • Architecture/Engineering
    • Frontinus
    • Vitruvius
  • Periods
  • The founding of Rome
  • Roman Kingdom
  • Roman Republic
  • Roman Empire
  • The fall of Rome
  • Topics
    • The Samnite Wars
    • The Pyrrhic War
    • The Punic Wars
      • The First Punic War
      • The Second Punic War
      • The Third Punic War
    • The Social War
    • The Gallic Wars
    • The Civil war between Antony and Octavian
    • The Germanic Wars
  • Poets
    • Didactic poetry
      • Lucretius
      • Ovid
      • Virgil
    • Drama
      • Plautus
      • Seneca the Younger
      • Terence
    • Elegiac poetry
      • Catullus
      • Ovid
      • Propertius
      • Tibullus
    • Epic poetry
      • Ennius
      • Lucan
      • Ovid
      • Silius Italicus
      • Statius
      • Gaius Valerius Flaccus
      • Virgil
    • Epigram
      • Martial
    • Lyric poetry
      • Catullus
      • Horace
    • Satire
      • Horace
      • Juvenal
      • Persius
  • Prose writers
    • Epistolary writers
      • Cicero
      • Pliny the younger
      • Seneca
    • Encyclopedia
      • Pliny the Elder
      • Apuleius
      • Petronius
    • History
      • Caesar
      • Livy
      • Sallust
      • Suetonius
      • Tacitus
    • Oratory
    • Rhetoric
      • Quintilian
    • Satire
      • Petronius
      • Seneca the Younger
  • Latin
  • Classical Latin
  • Vulgar Latin

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    There was a young man in Rome that was very like Augustus Caesar; Augustus took knowledge of it and sent for the man, and asked him “Was your mother never at Rome?” He answered “No Sir; but my father was.”
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