Horace Odes II: Vatis Amici

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Brief Notes on Authors
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ANACREON (b. c. 570 BC): Greek lyric poet 34-5.
ANACREONTEA (sixty-two poems in the Palatine Anthology attributed to Anacreon, but written in the first five or six centuries AD).
ALCAEUS ( 7th-6th century BC): Greek lyric poet 92-3.
ALEXANDER OF APHRODISIAS ( 1st-2nd century AD): Commentator on Aristotle.
APPIAN (early 2nd century BC): Author of Roman history in Greek.
ARCHILOCHUS ( 7th century BC): Greek elegiac and iambic poet.
ARISTOPHANES (c. 4 55)-c. 386 BC): Greek comic poet 122.
ARISTOTLE ( 3 84)- 322 BC): Greek philosopher.
ATHENAEUS (early 2nd century BC): Author of Deipnosophistae, "'The Learned Banqueters'", a polymathic dialogue.
AUGUSTUS ( 63 BC- AD 14): His Res Gestae was the official record of his achievements preserved at Ancyra in a copy updated after his death.
BACCHYLIDES (b. c. 518 BC): Greek choral lyric poet 137.
BION (c. 3 35)-c. 245 BC): Greek popular philosopher.
CALLIMACHUS (c. 305- 240 BC): Greek poet and scholar at the Alexandrian Library of the Ptolemies 78-80, 146-7.
CASSIUS DIO (consul AD 205 and 229): Author of Roman history in Greek.
CATULLUS ( 84)?- 54? BC): Lyric poet 39, 42-3, 86, 115.
CICERO ( 106- 43 BC): Author of speeches, letters, and philosophical dialogues.
CRINAGORAS (c. 70 BC-c. AD 15): Author of epigrams preserved in the Palatine Anthology15-17.
EPICTETUS (mid 1st-2nd century AD): Stoic philosopher.
EPICURUS ( 3 41)- 270 BC): Greek Philosopher.
EURIPIDES (c. 4 85)-c. 406 BC): Greek tragedian.
GELLIUS ( AD c.130-c. 1 80)): Author of Noctes Atticae, "'Attic Nights'", learned essays on mainly literary questions.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Odes Book 2 1
  • List of Works Cited 149
  • Brief Notes on Authors 153
  • Index of Topics 156
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