Excerpt from The Art of Latin Poetry: Founded on the Work of M. C. D. Jani
We now enter upon the period of manhood, the golden or Augustan age, in which the Latin language is considered to have gained its apex of refinement. We pass over the verses of Cicero out of respect to... his memory; and over the elegies attributed to Cornelius Gallus, because they are, with good reason, supposed to be spurious.
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