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The Eclogues is a collection of Latin poetry attributed to Calpurnius Siculus and inspired by the similarly named poems of the Augustan-age poet Virgil.The date of writing is disputed. Some scholars argue in favor of a Neronian date (54–68 AD), while others arguing for a later date (possibly during the reign of Severus (193–211 AD)).

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  • The Eclogues is a collection of Latin poetry attributed to Calpurnius Siculus and inspired by the similarly named poems of the Augustan-age poet Virgil.The date of writing is disputed. Some scholars argue in favor of a Neronian date (54–68 AD), while others arguing for a later date (possibly during the reign of Severus (193–211 AD)). (en)
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  • The Eclogues is a collection of Latin poetry attributed to Calpurnius Siculus and inspired by the similarly named poems of the Augustan-age poet Virgil.The date of writing is disputed. Some scholars argue in favor of a Neronian date (54–68 AD), while others arguing for a later date (possibly during the reign of Severus (193–211 AD)). (en)
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  • Eclogues of Calpurnius Siculus (en)
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