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Propertius, Sextus

Syllabification: Pro·per·tius, Sextus
Pronunciation: /prōˈpərSH(ē)əs
 
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( Circa 50-circa 16 bc), Roman poet. His four books of elegies are largely concerned with his love affair with a woman whom he called Cynthia.

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