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  • 6520Q1398Publius Vergilius MaroPubliusVergilius MaroVergilius Maro,_PubliusVirgilio.png70 BCE19 BCEA Latin poet of non-Roman Italian ancestry. Scans
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  • of the Epitaph on Virgil and Tibullus, by Domitius Marsus 1395130The Works of Lord Byron — Translation of the Epitaph on Virgil and Tibullus, by Domitius
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  • English-language translations of Aeneid by Virgil 475674English-language translations of AeneidVirgil English-language translations of Aeneid include:
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  • Bucolics by Virgil, translated by John William Mackail 19701BucolicsVirgilJohn William Mackail Written some time between 42 and 35 BCE Eclogue
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  • reading Dryden's Virgil by Ann Eliza Bleecker from The Posthumous Works of Ann Eliza Bleecker 125008On reading Dryden's Virgil — from The Posthumous
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  • The Fourth Book of Virgil by Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey Dido in Love 368116The Fourth Book of Virgil — Dido in LoveHenry Howard, Earl of Surrey
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  • Statement of Virgil Meyers, Danny Gipson, and James No  (1968)  Virgil Meyers, Danny Gipson, and James Noe 1184179Eyewitness Statement of Virgil Meyers
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  • Georgics  (1767)  by Virgil, translated by Thomas Nevile 586701The GeorgicsVirgilThomas Nevile1767 THE GEORGICS OF VIRGIL TRANSLATED BY THOMAS
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  • Tennyson Volume 155, Issue 1998 : To Virgil 120870Littell's Living Age — Volume 155, Issue 1998 : To VirgilAlfred Tennyson Written at the
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  • Virgil and Wyatt Earp as Deputy Marshals  (1882)  Virgil Earp and Wyatt Earp 999658Resignation of Virgil and Wyatt Earp as Deputy MarshalsVirgil
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  • this work, see Aeneid. The Aeneid by Virgil, translated by John Conington 1611033The AeneidVirgilJohn Conington Book I Book II Book III Book
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  • love, abandoned women, and mythological transformations. Ranked alongside Virgil and Horace as one of the three canonical poets of Latin literature, Ovid
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  • 1056887Q18910698Virgil G. EatonVirgil G.EatonEaton,_Virgil G.18501917Journalist 1. "A Bald and Toothless Future," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 29
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  • 1957896Q14923863Josef Virgil GrohmannJosef VirgilGrohmannGrohmann,_Josef Virgil18311919Czech member of Czech council, educator and writer Sagen aus Böhmen
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  • Bucolics by Virgil 126103BucolicsVirgil Refer to events between roughly 44 and 35 BCE Eclogue I Eclogue II Eclogue III Eclogue IV Eclogue V Eclogue
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  • beginning of the 14th century, being used to describe the "Eclogues" of Virgil. The most celebrated collection of bucolics in antiquity is that of Theocritus
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  • of this work, see Aeneid. The Aeneid by Virgil, translated by John Dryden 19703The AeneidVirgilJohn Dryden Book I Book II Book III Book IV
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  • poet for his mastery of verse that has been compared to that of Homer, Virgil, Dante and Shakespeare; wrote a considerable amount of lyrical poetry and
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  • Persuis, by Persuis Translations from Homer, by Homer The Works of Virgil (1697), by Virgil including Aeneid “Dryden, John,” in A Short Biographical Dictionary
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  • Georgics by Virgil, translated by James Rhoades 19702GeorgicsVirgilJames Rhoades I II III IV
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