Livius Andronicus

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Livius Andronicus (died between 207 and 200 BC) was a Greek author who is seen as the first Ancient Roman poet. He was probably an actor, and grew up in the Greek city Tarentum. Latin was not his mother tongue. His most famous work is the Odusia, a translation of the Odyssey into Latin.