Unfortunate Omission

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It has come to our attention that we neglected to add an important author to our book, Ancient History from Primary Sources: A Literary Timeline. Here is the information if you wish to add him:

Aelvinus Presslianus
FL. 50-60 B.C.

Though only fragments of his writings remain, Presslianus was most recognized for his ability to sway crowds with his oratorical skills. He was a veteran of the Pelvic Wars.

Extant works:
Solicitations to Avoid Truculent Behavior
Ode to the Hound
A Description of Personal Agitation
On the Conveyance of Epistles to Their Original Dispatchers




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