De rerum natura

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De rerum natura (English: On the Nature of Things) is the only known work of Lucretius. The six-book epic poem is addressed to Memmius, Lucretius' patron, and devoted to illustrating the world-view of Epicurus. Because the manuscript has survived to the present day almost completely extant, it is one of the most valuable references we have of Epicureanism.

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