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Birth of Horace, on his father's estate, Sueton. in Vit.

near Venusia, Dec. 8; vi. Id. Dec. Carm. III. xxi. I. L. Aurelius Cotta, L. Manlius Tor- | Epod. xiii. 6. quatus (Coss.)

Sat. II. i. 34, 5. (Virgil was 5 years older, born u.c. 684.) Carm. IV. xi. 2. L. Julius Cæsar, C. Marcius Figulus

(Coss.)
M. Tullius Cicero, C. Antonius (Coss.)
Catilinarian conspiracy ; birth of Au-

gustus; Orbilius comes to Rome.
D. Junius Silanus, L. Licinius Muræna

(Coss.)
M. Pupius Piso Calpurnianus, M. Val-

erius Messala (Coss.)
L. Afranius, Q. Cæcilius Metellus

Celer (Coss.)
First Triumvirate of Pompey, Cæsar,

and Crassus.
Adventure of Horace when a child (?).

Carm. iii. iv. 9 20.
C. Julius Cæsar, M. Calpurnius Bibu-

lus (Coss.)
Birth of Livy.
L. Calpurnius Piso, Cæsonius A.

Gabinius (Coss.)
Exile of Cicero.

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P. Cornelius Lentulus Spinther, Q:

Cæc. Metellus Nepos (Coss.)

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C. Julius Cæsar; Con. sine collegâ.
Death of Cicero's daughter, Tullia ; Ep. ad Att. xv. 15.

Oratio pro Deiotaro. Q. Cicero at

Athens.
Asinius Pollio, legate in Spain.

710

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C. J. Cæsar V., M. Antonius (Coss.)
P. Cornelius Dolabella, Suff.
Death of Cæsar, aged fifty-six.
Some of Cicero's philosophical works.

De Div. ii. 1.

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C. Vibius Pansa, A. Hirtius (Coss.) Sat. 1. vi. 48.
Brutus at Athens. Horace joins his Ep. 11. ii. 46.
army as military tribune ; battle of

Carm. Ill. xiv. 27, 8.
Mutina, both consuls slain; goes
into Asia (?). Cicero's Philippics,
v. to IX. Death of Cicero. Birth
of Ovid.

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Antonius Pietas (Coss.) In the winter, 712-713, Horace may

have returned to Rome; his estate

near Venusia confiscated. Virgil had also lost his estate in the

division of lands during the Triumvirate ; so also Tibullus, E. 1. i. 19, and Propertius, iv. i. 129.

B.

U.C. B.C. V.H.

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sub an.

Cn. Domitius Calvinus, C. Asinius Pol- Heyne, Virg. Vit.

lio (Coss.)
War of Perugia ; Virgil's estate re- Epod. vii. (?)
stored.

Epod. xvi. (?)
Horace in Rome; his friendship with

Virgil and Varius ; purchases the
place of Scriba in the Quæstor's
office; affair with Canidia (?) Epod.
v. (?) Epod. xvii. (?)

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C. Cæsar VII., M. Agrippa III. (Coss.)!
Octavius Cæsar takes the name of Compare Dion.
Augustus, xvi. Cal. Feb. ; accepts

Cass. LIII. xxii. the empire for ten years.

with Carm. II. i. Overflow of the Tiber. Augustus meditates an expedition to Pritain ; goes into Spain.

Carm. 1. XXXV. 30. Tibullus accompanies Messala into Dion. LIII. 22.

Aquitaine, Tibull. 1. vii. 9.

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