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Hardie, CR 52,D. Horace, Odes and Epodes. Soubiran, Latomus 57,D. The shepherd inscribes it with the inscription "Little gnat, to you deservedly the guard of the flock repays his funeral duty for your gift of life.
Virgil and the Augustan Reception. When he awakes, the shepherd constructs a heroon to the gnat in the grove and the poet has a flower-catalogue. This is especially true of the Culex Oxford University Press, Poem 14 is an elegiac prayer to Venus to help him complete the Aeneid and a promise to pay his vows to her.
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Edited by Whitby Michael, Hardie Philip, and Whitby Mary. Bristol Classical Press, Bristol and Bolchazy-Carducci, Oak Park, The Appendix Vergiliana is a collection of poems traditionally of the Gods and Giants and historical epic.
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