Caro, Annibale

Caro, Annibale än-nēˈbälā käˈrō [key], 1507–66, Italian poet, friend of Cellini, Varchi, and Bembo. He is best known for his translation of the Aeneid; for his poems in praise of opposing royal houses; and for his letters, which were among the finest of his age.

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