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M. Annaeus Lucanus, Pharsalia (ed. Sir Edward Ridley), book 3, line 509 (search)
. Meanwhile had Caesar's squadron left the Rhone And reached with Brutus' This was Decimus Brutus, an able and trusted lieutenant of Caesar, who made him one of his heirs in the second degree. He, however, joined the conspiracy, and it was he who on the day of the murder induced Caesar to go to the Senate House. Less than two years later, after the siege of Perusia, he was deserted by his army, taken and put to death. turret ship the strait By Stoechas'Near Toulon, and now called the Iles d'Hyeres. isles. Nor less the Grecian host- Boys not yet grown to war, and aged men, Armed for the conflict, with their all at stake. Nor only did they marshal for the fight Ships meet for service; but their ancient keels Brought from the dockyards. When the morning rays Broke from the waters, and the sky was clear, And all the winds were still upon the deep, Smoothed for the battle, swift on either part The fleets essay the open; and the ships Tremble beneath the oars that urge them on, By sinewy