Persius


Persius

Persius [pur-shuh s, -shee-uh s] Examples noun

  1. Aulus Persius Flaccus, a.d. 34–62, Roman satirist.

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  • Herein, then, it is that Persius has excelled both Juvenal and Horace.

    Discourses on Satire and on Epic Poetry

    John Dryden

  • Persius is everywhere the same—true to the dogmas of his master.

    Discourses on Satire and on Epic Poetry

    John Dryden

  • Persius is every where the same; true to the dogmas of his master.

    Dryden’s Works (13 of 18): Translations; Pastorals

    John Dryden

  • Herein then it is, that Persius has excelled both Juvenal and Horace.

    Dryden’s Works (13 of 18): Translations; Pastorals

    John Dryden

  • Casaubon published an edition of “Persius,” with notes, and a commentary.

    Dryden’s Works (13 of 18): Translations; Pastorals

    John Dryden

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