Trivium Pursuit

Unfortunate Omission

It has come to our attention that we neglected to add an important author to our book, Ancient History from Primary Sources: A Literary Timeline. Here is the information if you wish to add him:

Aelvinus Presslianus
FL. 50-60 B.C.

Though only fragments of his writings remain, Presslianus was most recognized for his ability to sway crowds with his oratorical skills. He was a veteran of the Pelvic Wars.

Extant works:
Solicitations to Avoid Truculent Behavior
Ode to the Hound
A Description of Personal Agitation
On the Conveyance of Epistles to Their Original Dispatchers


2 Responses to “Unfortunate Omission”

  1. the skwib » The Carnival of Satire (#27) Says:

    […] Harvey Bluedorn at Trivium Pursuit really tickled General Kang’s fancy with this Unfortunate Omission. You didn’t know that the general is greatly amused by our ancient history, did you? […]

  2. The Skwib -- an irregular and explosive weblog Says:

    The Carnival of Satire #27

    Greetings comrades. Strangely, this is once again an extremely spiritual Carnival of Satire, though we were sad to see that Buddhism was not included in the religions represented. Come on people! Just because the religion is … like … all detached and…