Latin iambic poetry

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The Roman grammarian Diomedes (3) (Keil, Grammatici Latini 1. 485. 11ff.) defines an iambus as follows: ‘an abusive poem, usually composed in 〈iambic〉 trimeters followed by epodic dimeters … it ...

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