Bantam calls and says, “We must publish Juvenal [original title].”
Charles Dryden's translation of the seventh Satire of Juvenal, ver.
Juvenal, XV, 10, and the notes of Friedlnder on these passages.
Much we may gather from Terence, much from Horace, something from Juvenal.
It seems to me that we are beginning to need a Juvenal for this day and generation!
I wrote verses with great facility, and I was simple enough to imagine that little more was necessary for a translator of Juvenal!
My information is positive that it was Wm. Gifford, translator of Juvenal, 1802, 3rd ed.
Horace therefore, Juvenal, and Persius were no Prophets, although their lines did seem to indigitate and point at our times.
Archigenes was a pupil of Agathinus, and is mentioned by Juvenal.
Even in Juvenal's days the pleaders of Britain were trained by the eloquent scholars of Gaul.