September 21, 19 BC
DescriptionEmperor of the Roman Empire Augustus orders to publish the Aeneid, a Latin epic poem, just after death of author of poem, Virgil
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There stood a city, fronting far away The mouths of Tiber and Italia's shore, A Tyrian settlement of olden day, Rich in all wealth, and trained to war's rough lore, Carthage the name, by Juno loved before All places, even Samos. Here were shown Her arms, and here her chariot; evermore E'en then this land she cherished as her own, And here, should Fate permit, had planned a world-wide throne.