- Ga·ius Va·le·ri·us [gey-uh s vuh-leer-ee-uh s] /ˈgeɪ əs vəˈlɪər i əs/, 84?–54? b.c., Roman poet.
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Roman poets such as Catullus and Ovid celebrated the kiss and members of the populace were avid mouth-to-mouth practitioners.The History of Kissing
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Catullus has left us a dramatic description of this divine ecstasy.The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism
Nevertheless, Borbonius thought his epigram concluded elegantly in that line because he found in Catullus a similar one.
The facts known about Clodia all fit in with what Catullus tells us of Lesbia.The Student's Companion to Latin Authors
Like most educated Romans, Catullus had a great love for the country.
Only Catullus and Lucretius can be compared with any one of them.
- Gaius Valerius (ˈɡaɪəs vəˈlɪərɪəs). ?84–?54 bc, Roman lyric poet, noted particularly for his love poems
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