Persius

Persius, Roman satirist, born in Etruria, was a pupil and friend of Cornutus the Stoic; a man much esteemed, who died young, only 28; wrote six short satires in the purity of a white-souled manhood, of much native vigour, though not equal to those of Horace and Juvenal, and that have commanded the regard of all scholars down to the present time; they have often been translated (34-62).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Persepolis
Perseus
Persia
Persian Gulf
Persian Wars
Persians
Persians, The
Persiflage
Persigny, Fialin, Duc de
Persius
Persius
Perth
Perth
Perthshire
Pertinax, Helvius
Perturbations
Peru
Perugia
Perugino
Peschiera
Peshawar