- Titus Livius, 59 b.c.–a.d. 17, Roman historian.
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Contemporary Examples of livy
“People in high school rarely poke each other anymore,” said Livy Shutkin, 14.When’s the Last Time You Were Poked?
January 17, 2013
But Virgil and Cicero would certainly be on the list; perhaps Livy and Tacitus; Boccaccio and Dante.How I Write: Stephen Greenblatt, Pulitzer Winner of ‘The Swerve’
September 19, 2012
Historical Examples of livy
I had gone three times through the whole of Livy, Sallust, and Tacitus.Self-Help
Livy says that the covering of the breast of the Samnite gladiators was sponge.
"He is very rich, Livy," said the elder sister, with a most dry gravity.
"All's not lost yet, Livy," whispered Miss Kennyfeck in her sister's ear.
"I think Livy should be told, mamma," whispered Miss Kennyfeck to her mother.
- Latin name Titus Livius. 59 bc –17 ad, Roman historian; of his history of Rome in 142 books, only 35 survive