Now in his fifties, Horace returns, reluctantly (?) to poetry about love in a new Book of Odes.
Hear Horace’s Latin and follow in English here.
See the illustrated blog post here.
Who was Lucan? In preparation for a short series of extracts from his poem on the civil war that followed Caesar’s crossing of the Rubicon, read about him in his poet page here.
Today we publish all 20 of the Horace Odes so far on Pantheon Poets as a single selection in reference order. Access it here to hear the poetry in the original Latin and follow in English translation.