Calpurnia Siculo Titus (Titus Calpurnius Siculus)( Roman poet)
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Calpurnia, Titus Calpurnia Siculo; Titus Calpurnius Siculus, I in. n. e., Roman poet. Author of 7 surviving bucolic, where we find allusions to the events of 54 and 57 years. That allows dating of this period of his literary career. Bukoliki K. Impeccably built up a collection, in which the first (1), middle (4) and last (7) contain praise of the emperor Nero. Through the words of a shepherd sings to them by the young ruler of beauty, the magnificence of organized games and predicts its offensive board a new golden age. The remaining four works are a collection of typically bucolic nature. In thought-out collection of songs is also indicated by the fact that the idyll, containing song Agona (2, 4, 6) alternate with prostroennymi-based monologue (1, 3, 5, 7). Next to the imitation of Virgil's bucolic we find here also new motifs, . example, . singing contest between a shepherd and gardener, . in which everyone praises the benefits of their occupation (2), . or councils of the old shepherd, . directed the young successor, . how to care for the herd (5),
. In the poetic technique to. It is for Virgil and Ovid, using hexameter, built in strict accordance with the rules of the metric. Under the name of K. Survived four more bucolic, but they were written in Nemezianom III in. Some researchers attribute to. Authorship panegyric Laus Pisonis.