Martial Book XIV: the Apophoreta, Book 14
Book XIV of Martial's epigrams, the "Apophoreta," comprising of poetic couplets, is a source of information about one of the principal Roman festivals and about many everyday objects of first-century Rome. This book examines literary, linguistic and textual matters, and the work's social context.
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