Gaius Valerius Catullus (c. 84 – c. 54 BC), often referred to simply as Catullus was a Latin Poet of the late Roman Republic. In 25 of his poems he mentions his devotion to a woman named Lesbia, who is widely believed to have been the Roman aristocrat Clodia Metelli.
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Oracle of Jupiter - முதற்கடவுளின் உறைவிடம்
Sacred tomb of Battiades - Founder of town of Cyrene - மூதாதையர் நினைவிடம்
Libya - was the word used for Africa in Roman empire - ஆப்பிரிக்கா
Resin - Silphium , unidentified plant that was used in as a seasoning, perfume, aphrodisiac, contraceptive and medicine in antiquity - மூலிகை