Aristius Fuscus, Marcus
Friend of Horace and addressee of Ode 1. 22 and Epist. 1. 10; also mentioned in Sat. 1. 9. 60 ff. and 1. 10. 83. Said by Pomponius Porphyrio to have been an eminent grammaticus and an author of comedies, he may have had Stoic leanings, see stoicism (S. J. Harrison, CQ 1992, 543–7).
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