seges: Lucan, in the ninth book of his Pharsalia, introduces Cato as visiting the site of Troy: "and he seels the famous vestiges of the Phoebean walls — the memorable name of burned Troy — now become barren woods, and the rotten trunks of trees. — The whole of Troy is covered with shrubs; even its ruins are gone."
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