The writers Cicero, Suetonius and Ovid each explored philosophical and practical problems of life that perplexed ancient Romans just as much as they do people today–how to write laws that can be justified as moral absolutes, how to justify any one political leader as upholding the best interests of society, and how to deal with the vicissitudes of love between two people. Take two of these three writings, and in a paper of a minimum of 200 words, explain what problem these two people addressed, and what resolution they arrived at.
Double-space your paper and put your name on the top. Underline the works On the Laws and Life of Augustus, and put quotation marks around the titles of Ovid’s poems.
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