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Vrg:
Tacitus' Agricola.
Tacitus' Annals.
The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
De Bello Gallico, by Julius Caesar
Tacitus' Germania.
The Goths, by Jordanes.
Histories, by Tacitus.
History of Rome, by Livy.
Mispogon by Julian
New Testament.
Metamorphosis by Ovid.
Parallel lives by Plutarch.
Suetonius 12 Caesars
Virgil Aeneid.
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Ann Book XVI Chapter 1: Nero as a treasure hunter
Nwt Acts chapter 12
Nwt Acts chapter 21
Nwt Gospel of Luke Chapter 6.
Nwt Gospel of Luke Chapter 10.
Nwt Gospel of Mark Chapter 3.
Nwt Gospel of Mark Chapter 7.
Nwt Gospel of Matthew Chapter 11.
Nwt Gospel of Matthew Chapter 15.
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 7: 259-306 Pythagoras' Teachings:Geological changes
Stn Nero, Chapter 31: The Golden House
Vrg Book I Chapter 22: Venus tells Aeneas about Dido's life
Vrg Book IV Chapter 2: Anna's reply
Vrg Book IV Chapter 5: Talk of Venus and Juno
Vrg Book IV Chapter 27: Suicide of Dido

links of: Tyrean

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Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 39: Entertainments
Stn Nero, Chapter 32: Collecting miney
Vrg Book I Chapter 3: Carthage
Vrg Book I Chapter 19: Jupiter sends Mercury to Dido
Vrg Book I Chapter 22: Venus tells Aeneas about Dido's life
Vrg Book I Chapter 24: Venus tells Aeneas to go to Carthago
Vrg Book I Chapter 32: Dido welcomes the Trojans
Vrg Book I Chapter 34: Welcome to Aeneas
Vrg Book I Chapter 36: Venus sents Cupid to Dido
Vrg Book I Chapter 37: A feast
Vrg Book IV Chapter 4: Juno speaks to Venus
Vrg Book IV Chapter 6: The hunt
Vrg Book IV Chapter 7: A thunderstorm
Vrg Book IV Chapter 10: Jove sends Mercury to Aeneas
Vrg Book IV Chapter 11: Mercury visits Aeneas
Vrg Book IV Chapter 14: Aeneas refers her to the gods
Vrg Book IV Chapter 22: Thoughts of Dido
Vrg Book IV Chapter 26: Last preparations
Vrg Book V Chapter 7: Start of the game
Vrg Book VI Chapter 18: The other side: Dido
Vrg Book IX Chapter 10: The plan is joyfully accepted
Vrg Book IX Chapter 21: Insults by Numanus
Vrg Book X Chapter 2: Speech of Venus

links of: Tyrians

Vrg Book I Chapter 22: Venus tells Aeneas about Dido's life
Vrg Book I Chapter 26: Aeneas visits Carthage
Vrg Book I Chapter 27: The temple of Juno, with images of the Trojan war
Vrg Book I Chapter 36: Venus sents Cupid to Dido
Vrg Book I Chapter 37: A feast
Vrg Book I Chapter 38: After the feast
Vrg Book I Chapter 38: After the feast
Vrg Book IV Chapter 13: Dido speaks to Aeneas
Vrg Book IV Chapter 19: Dido chooses for suicide
Vrg Book IV Chapter 22: Thoughts of Dido
Vrg Book IV Chapter 25: Dido's curse
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Maximus of Tyrus(2136)
Antipater of Tyre(2259)
Cadmus(7069)
Dido(755)
Adrianus of Tyre(1587)
Irenaeus of Tyre(2896)
Photius of Tyre(6074)
Sychaeus(5431)
Pygmalion(5432)
Anna(5433)
Barce(5435)
Agenor(7067)
Belus(6896)