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in The New Oxford Shakespeare: Modern Critical Edition
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in The New Oxford Shakespeare: Critical Reference Edition, Vol. 1
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in Shakespeare's Sonnets: An Original-Spelling Text
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in The Letters of Dorothy Osborne to William Temple
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in The Poems of Sir John Davies
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in Campion's Works
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in The Works of Ausonius
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in Oxford World's Classics: Livy: Rome's Mediterranean Empire: Books Forty-One to Forty-Five and the Periochae
Marcus Junianius Justinus.
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in Clarendon Ancient History Series: Justin: Epitome of The Philippic History of Pompeius Trogus, Vol. 1: Books 11-12: Alexander the Great
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in The Fragmentary Latin Poets
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in Oxford Classical Texts: M. Fabi Quintiliani: Institutionis Oratoriae: Libri Duodecim, Vol. 1: Libri I–VI
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in Oxford World's Classics: Seneca: Dialogues and Essays
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in A Commentary on Livy Books 41–45
Quintus Curtius Rufus.
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in Clarendon Ancient History Series: Curtius Rufus: Histories of Alexander the Great: Book 10