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c. 100 BCE

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90 BCE

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88 BCE

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86 BCE

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82 BCE

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81 BCE

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80 BCE

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78 BCE

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75 BCE

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73 BCE

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69 BCE

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67 BCE

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64 BCE

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63 BCE

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62 BCE

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61 BCE

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60 BCE

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59 BCE

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58 BCE

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57 BCE

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55 BCE

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54 BCE

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53 BCE

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52 BCE

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51 BCE

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c. 50 BCE

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49 BCE

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48 BCE

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47 BCE

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46 BCE

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45 BCE

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44 BCE

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43 BCE

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42 BCE

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41 BCE

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40 BCE

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37 BCE

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36 BCE

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c. 34 BCE

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31 BCE

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30 BCE

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29 BCE

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27 BCE

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23 BCE

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20 BCE

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Go to Vitrū'vius Po'llio in The Oxford Companion to Classical Literature (3 ed.)

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19 BCE

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c. 6 BCE

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4 BCE

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CE 1

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