Apocolocyntosis, 1992. 48 pp., ed., Carl E. Krumpe, Jr., Phillips Academy. Seneca’s satiric play lampooning the emperor Claudius written in a mixture of prose and poetry. “The work probably served for Seneca as a means of revenge against Claudius and Messalina, who had banished him, but even more as a vehicle for flattering the new emperor, his pupil, Nero. (Introduction) Latin text, English notes.