Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Campus Martius” in book 1, poem 6, card 15 of Q. Horatius Flaccus (Horace), The Works of Horace:
privacy, I am anointed with oil, but not with such as the nasty Nacca, when he robs the lamps.
But when the sun, become more violent, has reminded me to go to baths, I avoid the
Campus Martius and the game of hand-ball. Having dined in a temperate manner, just enough to hinder
me from having an empty stomach, during the rest of the day I trifle in my own house. This is
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