The Appendix Vergiliana is a collection of poems traditionally ascribed as being the juvenilia (work written as a juvenile) of Virgil. Many of the poems in the Appendix were considered works by Virgil in antiquity. However, recent studies suggest that the Appendix contains a diverse collection of minor poems by various authors from the 1st century AD. Scholars are almost unanimous in considering the works of the Appendix spurious, primarily on grounds of style, metrics, and vocabulary.
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