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(c. 40—104 ad)

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Roman writer, born at Biblius, Spain, in c.ad 43, who moved to Rome in ad 66. The majority of his writings are epigrams which afford valuable information on every aspect of life at the time. He died in ad 104.

Subjects: Classical studies

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