Publius Annius Florus

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Publius Annius Florus (also Anneus ) was a Roman poet and rhetorician of the 2nd century.

Florus was friends with Emperor Hadrian . A few poems have survived under his name, and he is also considered to be the author of a treatise on the question of whether Virgil was a poet or orator, but only the beginning of which has survived . He is often identified with the historian Florus , who wrote a two-volume history of Rome.


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Wikisource: Florus  - Sources and full texts (Latin)