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( L. Accius ) - Roman poet, born in 170 B.C.
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Accius incorrectly states that Livius Andronicus was still alive and
The birth of the poet Accius.
Accius and Pacuvius both produce plays during this year, though Pacuv
The floruit of Accius the tragedian.
aevola condemns a mime for abusing the poet Accius by name on stage.
spoils from Spain, and inscribes verses of Accius on their walls.
Accius reads one of his tragedies to Pacuvius at Tarentum.
The first performance of "Tereus", a play written by Accius.
The poet Accius refuses to stand in the presence of C.Caesar.
Accius sets up a colossal statue of himself.
saying of Accius, about oratory.
get pleasure from Ennius, Pacuvius, Accius and many others, who have
date of the year. Accius informs us that Livius was taken
ones. But in this, Accius was so far mistaken, that Ennius
ften assured by the poet Accius, (an intimate friend of
in the case of the poet Accius, who says that both he and
long will he be Hector? Accius is better in this, and
( and this sentiment of Accius is false, and asserted without
Agamemnon, in Homer and in Accius -
angry when he acted, or Accius was so when he wrote?
used of elephants. Accius used it earlier [than Vergilius]
78] [not in Ar.] L.Accius, the writer of tragedies, was
writers that the poet Lucius Accius also set up a very
the senate to the poet Accius. But that we may pass
general of his time, toward Accius the poet. Being greatly delighted
( T. Accius ) - the prosecutor of Cluentius, 66 B.C
speaker; and T. Accius, of Pisaurum, to whom I replied
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