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andi382

Ah yes the sextus.

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ordinaryguy123

The lays of ancient Rome by Thomas Babington Macaulay

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miramouse15

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giggityslayer69

Listen to this while reading Horatio's part: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgsXcXwsI7I&ab_channel=wz

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my_name_chef

What poem?

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travikus

Sextus was a common Roman name, meaning "the sixth (son)". That it's a name here and nothing else is also obvious be the fact that it's capitalised. And yes, Romans were really fucking creative with names, they just named their children in the order they were born. The given name of the famous emperor Augustus for instance was Octavius, meaning "the eighth (son)".

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trycesaltik

TLDR: A whole lot of nothing.

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vidocholiday

Anybody seen Oblivion? That speech gives chills

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princealex932

When, long ago, the gods created earth,

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