Playwritingappears in Satire 1 - This term refers mostly to rewrites of mythological themes and stories.
Clientsappears in Satires 1, 5 and 7 - This term refers to poets, artists, or musicians who work to entertain a rich man, a patron.
Fertility Ritesappears in Satire 2 - This term is used to emphasize the homosexuality of Roman men.
Cumaeappears in Satire 3 - This location refers to the isolated island where Umbricius intends to move.
Romeappears in Satires 1-16 - This location refers to the city upon which Juvenal focuses his criticism.
Firesappears in Satire 3 - This term refers to a frequent cause of roof collapse that leads to the poor losing all of their possessions.
Aquinumappears in Satire 3 - This term refers to a vacation home.
Large fishappears in Satire 4 - This term refers to a gift given to the king, requiring a council to discuss the method for its consumption.
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