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- The Muses
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- Arcane Ruminations
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- How Odin Became Santa Claus: Symbolism and Pagan Origins of a Gift-Giving Saint
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- King Arthur and the Cymry Heroes
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- POST-AUGUSTAN POETRY
- ness of Augustan poets a bar to farther ad- vance, p. 11. Roman education: literary, p.
- Post-Augustan Poetry
- Sep 19, 2003 The Project Gutenberg EBook of Post−Augustan Poetry, by H.E. Butler Greatness of Augustan poets a bar to farther advance, p.
- Academic responsibility:
- CLAS 181A: Early Augustan Poetry. Course Syllabus dent to the complex relationship between politics and poetry in the Augustan Age.
- MA Latin Syllabus:
- P. Hardie (1992), 'Augustan Poets and the Mutability of Rome', 59-82 in A. Powell (ed.
- The Roman Poets of the Augustan Age: Virgil
- Oct 29, 2010 The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Roman Poets of the. Augustan Age: Virgil by W. Y.
Suggested News Resources
- Bibliographie générale 2010-2011
- 112Delvigo, ML (à paraître), « Per transitum tangit historiam : intersecting developments of Roman identity in Virgil » in J. Farrell & D. Nelis éds, The Roman Republic in Augustan Poetry, Oxford University Press (à paraître) 113Deremetz, A.
Suggested Web Resources
- Augustan poetry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- See also Augustan literature (ancient Rome).
- Cambridge Collections Online : Augustan Poetry and Augustanism
- 13 Augustan Poetry and Augustanism. Jasper Griffin.
- CLAS40011 Advanced Latin: Augustan Poetry - 2011
- Oct 11, 2007 CLAS40011 Advanced Latin: Augustan Poetry. On this page: Subject Overview; Breadth options; Related Program(s).
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