Roman poet of the 1st century BC. Little is known of his life, although it is said that he took his own life when he was 44, driven mad by a potion administered by his wife. The only work known to be his is De Rerum Natura, or On The Nature of Things, which is a philosophical work in poetry, adopting the atomic theory of the universe as expressed by Epicurus.
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On The Nature of Things
1st c. BC
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