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.[source?] His most famous work is the Odusia, a translation of the Odyssey into Latin.