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A Roman poet, a native of Verona, who died in Asia, B.C. 16. He wrote a poem upon birds, snakes, and medicinal plants, the fragments of which are given in Bährens, Frag. Poet. Rom. 345.


We must distinguish from Aemilius Macer of Verona, a poet Macer who wrote on the Trojan War, and who must have been alive in A.D. 12, since he is addressed by Ovid in that year (Epist. ex Pont. ii. 10, 2).


A Roman jurist of the time of Alexander Severus.

Licinius. See Licinius.

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