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Romans: fact and fiction

Robin Place

Romans: fact and fiction

by Robin Place

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Published by Cambridge U P .
Written in English


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StatementRobin Place.
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Open LibraryOL22444948M
ISBN 100521337879

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Answer: Before the influx of Greek culture, about BCE, the Romans had already developed a literary form called Saturnian verse. The meter of this verse was based upon accent. Question: The first Roman book was the Odyssey. Answer: The first Roman book apparently was a translation of the Greek Odyssey.

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