Livius Andronicus (c.284-204 B.C.) was a major Roman literary figured known as the father of Roman literature, introducing Rome to Greek epic, lyric and drama.Gnaeus Naevius (c. 270 B.C.-201 B.C.) was a pioneer in Roman satire and drama.Quintus Ennius (239-169 B.C.) has been called founder of Roman poetry, writing in many genres.Gaius Lucilius was born in c. 180 B.C. He is considered the father of the genre of Roman satire.Marcus Pacuvius (c.130–220) was the nephew of the poet Ennius. He was a playwright, satirist, and painter.