Using the strange power of speech ...
Thursday, December 29, 2011
The Twelve Caesars - page 300, Domitian
Domitian pretended to be extremely modest, and though he displayed a novel devotion to poetry, which he would read aloud in public, his enthusiasm was matched by a later neglect and contempt of the art.
Who knew the ancient Romans had poetry slams?
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