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FASTI VIRGILIANI.

A.C. A.U.C. 70. 684. Cn. Pompeio Magno et M. Licinio Crasso Coss.,

(mens. Oct.) P. Virgilius Maro natus. 55. 699. Cn. Pompeio Magno II. et M. Licinio Crasso II.

Coss., (mens. Oct.) virilem togam sumit. 41. 713. P. Servilio Vatia Isaurico II. et L. Antonio

Pietate Coss., in agraria largitione agros pater

nos amittit, sed postea recuperat. 41 ? | 713 ? Ecloga 1, IX. 40 ? | 714 ? Ecloga IV. 39? 715? Ecloga VIII. 37 ? 717 ? Ecloga X. 35. 719. Georg. I. ante hunc annum. 26. 728. Georg. IV. post hunc annum. 24. 730. Jam Æneidem scribit Virgilius. 23. 731. C. Cæsare Augusto XI. et A. Terentio Varrone

Murena Coss., M. Marcellus moritur, de quo

vid. Æn. vi. 861-87. 19. 735. C. Sentio Saturnino et Q. Lucretio Coss., mori.

tur Virgilius, annos natus 50.

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