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Pub·li·us Pa·pin·i·us [puhb-lee-uhs puh-pin-ee-uhs], /ˈpʌb li əs pəˈpɪn i əs/, a.d. c45–c96, Roman poet.
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How to use Statius in a sentence
Statius also provided the foundation for one of her minor departures from Homer.Madeline Miller Discusses ‘The Song of Achilles’|Jane Ciabattari|March 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
As to the connection of this poem with the Thebaid of Statius, see notes to ll.
Chaucer merely takes the general idea from Statius, and expands it in his own way.
Chaucer now returns from Statius (whom he has nearly done with) to the Teseide, and the next three stanzas, ll.
The word “carbasina” occurs in a play by Statius, evidently translated from a writer of the new Greek comedy period.Needlework As Art|Marian Alford
He lived plainly and simply on the Aventine with the poet Caecilius Statius.
British Dictionary definitions for Statius
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Publius Papinius (ˈpʌblɪəs pəˈpɪnɪəs). ?45–96 ad, Roman poet; author of the collection Silvae and of two epics, Thebais and the unfinished Achilleis
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