Virgil and the ‘golden age’ of Latin poetry

The works of Virgil (70–19 BCE) define the ‘golden age’ of Latin poetry and have inspired a long tradition of interpretation and adaptation. Alison Keith discuses Virgil’s importance in the history of Western music, art and literature. Image courtesy of Alison Keith.

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