Or the words may be slightly altered, as in the line quoted against the senator who,
Had not Ulysses Lartius intervened.The author, presumably a tragic poet, is unknown. Lartis= Luertius, son of Laertes.
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1 Aellilius Macer, a contemporary of Virgil and Horace. The work presumably consisted of epigrams, four lines long.
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