By Lucilius, E. H. Warmington
The Loeb version of early Latin writings is in 4 volumes. the 1st 3 comprise the extant paintings of 7 poets and surviving parts of the Twelve Tables of Roman legislations. The fourth quantity includes inscriptions on numerous fabrics (including coins), all written prior to seventy nine BCE. quantity I. Q. Ennius (239–169) of Rudiae (Rugge), writer of a good epic (Annales), tragedies and different performs, and satire and different works; Caecilius Statius (ca. 220–ca. 166), a Celt most likely of Mediolanum (Milano) in N. Italy, writer of comedies. quantity II. L. Livius Andronicus (ca. 284–204) of Tarentum (Taranto), writer of tragedies, comedies, a translation and paraphrase of Homer's Odyssey, and hymns; Cn. Naevius (ca. 270–ca. 200), most likely of Rome, writer of an epic at the 1st Punic battle, comedies, tragedies, and historic performs; M. Pacuvius (ca. 220–ca. 131) of Brundisium (Brindisi), a painter and later an writer of tragedies, a historic play and satire; L. Accius (170–ca. eighty five) of Pisaurum (Pisaro), writer of tragedies, historic performs, level historical past and perform, and a few different works; fragments of tragedies through authors unnamed. quantity III. C. Lucilius (180?–102/1) of Suessa Aurunca (Sessa), author of satire; The Twelve Tables of Roman legislations, generally of 451–450. quantity IV. Archaic Inscriptions: Epitaphs, dedicatory and honorary inscriptions, inscriptions on and referring to public works, on movable articles, on cash; legislation and different records.