Maecenas vitae quam vitae ex laoreet tempor vitae in tortor.
Maecenas was one of the first who built public baths at his own expense.
In this way Propertius fulfilled his promise to Maecenas, iii.
The first of these Odes, like the first of the Satires, is addressed to Maecenas.
We have also heard him mentioned as a poet and a brother-in-law of Maecenas.
Now all the references to Maecenas, with the exception of the prologue in Sat.
And if not to Maecenas, so neither to Maecenas' master, would he sacrifice his freedom.
We see him in a carriage or at the shows with Maecenas, the Emperor's fastidious counsellor.
She knew that disciples were not wanting to the arts, but that often a Maecenas is needed.
Of the three letters to Maecenas, one, like the Ode we have before quoted on p. 28, is a vigorous assertion of independence.
"a generous patron of literature or the arts," 1560s, from name of Gaius Clinius Maecenas (died 8 B.C.E.), Roman patron of Horace and Virgil.