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Roman poets in a sentence

1. The love between Apollo and Admetus was a favored topic of Roman poets like Ovid and Servius.

2. Roman poets, particularly Catullus, Propertius, Tibullus, and Ovid, adopted the same form in Latin many years later.

3. He took "Hill" from his wife's mother's name and "Terence" from a book on Roman poets.

4. Ovid talks more about his own life than most other Roman poets.

5. Roman poets placed them on some small islands called Sirenum scopuli.

6. The Roman poets Ennius (c. 239–169 BC), and Accius (170–c. 86 BC) also wrote plays called Telephus.

7. Finally Roman poets regarded it as a source of poetic inspiration.

8. The Roman poets Ovid, Valerius Flaccus, and Statius, all wrote about the affair of Hypsipyle and Jason.

9. Later Roman poets who wrote eclogues include Calpurnius and Nemesianus.

10. It is common to call Claudian "the last of the Roman poets".

11. A myth taken from the Greek by Roman poets tells that one of her lovers was the prince of Troy, Tithonus.

12. Petrarch was also a great admirer of Roman poets such as Virgil and Horace and of Cicero for Latin prose writing.

13. He translated poems by the Roman poets Catullus and Ovid, and wrote biographies of Whistler and Amy Lowell.

14. Translations of Roman poets Horace and Juvenal provide evidence of this training weapon in use.

15. Recitationes were a common way for Roman poets to test and publicize their works.

16. By the age of thirteen, he was writing poetry and translating verses from Roman poets such as Horace.

17. In the case of Bacchus and Ariadne, the subject matter was derived from the Roman poets Catullus and Ovid.

18. The Roman poets Plautus, Horace, Martial, and Juvenal described corporal punishments in schools.

19. The Commonitorium quotes classical Roman poets —Virgil, Ovid, Catullus— and is perhaps influenced by Prudentius.

20. "Roman poets sometimes use the names of the Bistones for that of the Thracians in general."

21. These verse forms were taken up and developed by later Greek and Roman poets and some modern European poets.

22. xcvii–viii., and in Charles Whittingham's ‘Greek and Roman Poets,’ vol.

23. Roman poets themselves wrote about this gap between biography and invention.

24. Roman poets use two dactylic forms, the hexameter and the elegiac couplet.

25. Roman poets rarely contract the fifth foot.

26. It is a collection of mostly short poems, many in imitation of classic Roman poets.

27. He was particularly notable as a Latinist for his work on the Roman poets Ovid, Propertius, and Catullus.

28. Fairclough's research was focused on Roman poets.

29. The Roman poets also allude to the pigeons of Thisbe.

30. The Roman poets use Olenius as equivalent to Aetolian: thus Tydeus of Calydon in Aetolia is called Olenius Tydeus.