It is they who have razed Augustan temples, destroyed holy relics, and slain Augustan priests—they, and not the Saxons.
The Augustan Age was comical enough, if we may trust some of Horaces satires.
In diction worthy of the Augustan age, he presents us with no images that are not familiar to his countrymen.
In his later works, Pope took Augustan satire about as far as it could go.
The Augustan and Elizabethan ages cannot be conjured back at will.
Churchill and Robert Lloyd are explicit in their wish to break from Augustan style.
We are guided back to admiration of the measure and moderation and shapeliness of the Augustan age.
It may be that we have here a pair of poets, the two most prominent of the Augustan Age.
Yet it is hard to see what is wanting to the poem to distinguish it from the literature of polite society in the Augustan ages.
But there is yet plenty to remind us that Dublin had once its Augustan Age.
1640s, from Latin Augustanus, "pertaining to Augustus (Caesar)," whose reign was connected with "the palmy period of Latin literature" [OED]; hence, "period of purity and refinement in any national literature" (1712).