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Statius

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/ ˈsteɪ ʃi əs /
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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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Statius
/ (ˈsteɪʃɪəs) /

noun
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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