Lucretius   - in ancient sources @

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  Lucretius   (T. Lucretius Carus) - Latin poet, 1st century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
94/14 The birth of the poet T.Lucretius.
63/87 period include Cicero, Caesar, Sallustius, Lucretius and Catullus.
55/39 Lucr_, Lucretius' poem "De Rerum Natura".
55/40 The death of the poet Lucretius.
    Within translations:
Hieron:Chron_1923 [not in Ar.] The poet Titus Lucretius was born. Later
Nepos:Att_12 duced since the death of Lucretius and Catullus, as well
Plinius:Ep_4.18 and even more - to what Lucretius calls the poverty of

  Lucretius 2   (C. Lucretius Gallus) - Roman praetor, 171 B.C.
171/16 The praetor C.Lucretius destroys the town of Haliartus, and receives
170/3 ocities committed by Crassus and Lucretius against the Greek states.
170/18 Chalcis complaining about C.Lucretius, and from many other Greek

  Lucretius   - in documents
CIL_1.1028 an intercalary month. Marcus Lucretius. CIL_1 .1029
CIL_1.488 Philotimus, slave of Lucius Lucretius. CIL_1 .498 L
CIL_1.677 freedman of Lucius Caius Lucretius Apulus, freedman of
SelPap_1.85 one sestertius, Gaius Lucretius Saturnilus being
SelPap_2.311 mother's brother Publius Lucretius Diogenes, aged fort

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