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    ( -55 BC)
    Full name was Titus Lucretius Carus
    Wrote 'On the Nature of Things'
    There is very little known about his life.
    He may have been the victim of conspiracy by Christians and other religious Romans to try and erase him from history because of his anti-religious views.
    Only one poem of his (possibly the only one that he ever wrote) has survived.
    He died before he finished 'On the Nature of Things.'
    Legend holds that he was driven insane by a love potion and committed suicide.
    He despised sexual love and wrote a 200-line critique of it.
    He introduced Epicurianism to the Romans.
    He wrote his philosophy in the form of poetry.
    He had a good grasp of philosophy and science.
    He enjoyed the outdoors.
    He took pleasure in the simple things in life.
    He is famed for advising 'Before undertaking a journey of revenge, dig two graves.'

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