Definition of Ennius, Quintus in English:

Ennius, Quintus

Line breaks: Quin|tus En¦nius
Pronunciation: /ˈɛnɪəs
( 239–169 bc), Roman epic poet and dramatist. He was largely responsible for the creation of a native Roman literature based on Greek models, but only fragments of his many works survive.

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