See also:mountain of the
See also:Sabine territory, mentioned by Horace (Od. i . 17, 1) as visible from his Sabine
See also:farm, and probably identical with the "
See also:Mons Lucretius " mentioned in the
See also:Liber Pontificalis (ed . Duchesne, i . 183), which speaks of " possessio in territorio Sahinensi quae cognominatur ad duas casas sub
See also:monte Lucretio" in the
See also:time of
See also:Constantine . The name " ad duas casas " is supposed to survive in the
See also:chapel of the Madonna della Casa near Rocca Giovane, and the Mons Lucretilis is generally (and rightly) identified with Monte Gennaro, a
See also:peak 4160 ft. high, which forms a prominent feature in the view N.E. of Rome . Excavations on the supposed site of Horace's farm were begun by
See also:Professor Pasqui in
See also:September 1909 . (T .
LUCRETIUS (TITUS LUCRETIUS CARUS) (c. 98–55 B.C.)...
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