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Two thousand years after being banished from Rome, Ovid has been rehabilitated in a victory for the famous poet whose cheek riled one of history's most powerful emperors.Augustus is assumed to have been less than pleased, having recently passed a series of laws against adultery.It is unlikely to have been the poem alone that angered Augustus enough to drive Ovid out, as it was published several years before he was sent away.After irritating the emperor, experts believe the poet's mysterious "error" was the last straw.
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