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Ann Book IV Chapter 55: Embassies from Asia
Ann Book XI Chapter 11: Celebration of the century
Ann Book XII Chapter 58: Marriage of Nero and Octavia
Ann Book XV Chapter 39: Fire in Rome. Nero sings
Gth Chapter 20: Devastation of Asia.
Hor Book I Chapter 1: Aeneas in Italy.
Hor Book I Chapter 23: The War with Alba. (Cont.)
Msp Chapter 9
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 1: 1-122 The debate over the arms: Ajax speaks
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 2: 123-381 The debate over the arms: Ulysses speaks
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 4: 399-428 The fall of Troy
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 5: 429-480 The deaths of Polydorus and Polyxena
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 6: 481-575 Hecuba's lament and transformation
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 7: 576-622 Aurora and the Memnonides
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 8: 623-639 Aeneas begins his wanderings
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 9: 640-674 The transformation of Anius' daughters.
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 11: 705-737 Aeneas's journey to Sicily
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 11: 418-452 Pythagoras' Teachings:Transfers of Power
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 16: 745-842 The deification of Julius Caesar
Plt Camillus, chapter 21: Relation date and event
Plt Camillus, chapter 22: The Vestal Virgins flee
Plt Romulus, chapter 1: Origin of the name Rome.
Plt Romulus, chapter 2: Origin of the name Rome and of Romulus.
Plt Romulus, chapter 3: Birth of Romulus and Remus
Plt Sertorius Chapter 1: Introduction
Stn Caligula, Chapter 18: Caligula as a good emperor (cont.)
Stn Claudius, Chapter 25: Administration of justice (cont.)
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 39: Entertainments
Stn Nero, Chapter 7: Nero adopted by Claudius
Stn Tiberius Chapter 6: Youth of Tiberius
Vrg Book I Chapter 3: Carthage
Vrg Book I Chapter 8: Storm at sea
Vrg Book I Chapter 16: Venus asks Jupiter his plans
Vrg Book I Chapter 19: Jupiter sends Mercury to Dido
Vrg Book I Chapter 23: Aeneas tells Venus about his wanderings
Vrg Book I Chapter 28: Images of the Trojan war
Vrg Book I Chapter 32: Dido welcomes the Trojans
Vrg Book I Chapter 33: Aeneas is revealed
Vrg Book I Chapter 34: Welcome to Aeneas
Vrg Book I Chapter 35: Gifts of Aeneas
Vrg Book I Chapter 36: Venus sents Cupid to Dido
Vrg Book I Chapter 38: After the feast
Vrg Book II Chapter 1: Aeneas begins his story
Vrg Book II Chapter 3: The Trojans see the Wooden Horse
Vrg Book II Chapter 3: The Trojans see the Wooden Horse
Vrg Book II Chapter 4: Speech of Laocoon
Vrg Book II Chapter 5: Sinon is found
Vrg Book II Chapter 8: Sinon about the Wooden horse
Vrg Book II Chapter 12: Dream of Aeneas
Vrg Book II Chapter 14: Panthus reports
Vrg Book II Chapter 16: The Trojans in disguise
Vrg Book II Chapter 18: The attack becomes general
Vrg Book II Chapter 19: Aeneas defends the royal palace
Vrg Book II Chapter 22: Death of Priam
Vrg Book II Chapter 24: Helen
Vrg Book II Chapter 26: Aeneas leaves Troy
Vrg Book II Chapter 27: Aeneas finds his father
Vrg Book II Chapter 31: Aeneas and family flee. Creusa is left behind
Vrg Book II Chapter 32: Aeneas finds Creusa's ghost
Vrg Book II Chapter 33: Flight of Aeneas
Vrg Book III Chapter 1: The wanderings of Aeneas begin
Vrg Book III Chapter 5: Prayer of Aeneas
Vrg Book III Chapter 9: Aeneas is sent to Hesperia
Vrg Book III Chapter 14: The story of Andromache
Vrg Book III Chapter 15: Prophecy of Helenus
Vrg Book III Chapter 17: Prophecy of Helenus (cont.)
Vrg Book III Chapter 19: Departure from Epirus
Vrg Book III Chapter 24: Achaemenides
Vrg Book III Chapter 25: Achaemenides (cont.)
Vrg Book IV Chapter 5: Talk of Venus and Juno
Vrg Book IV Chapter 7: A thunderstorm
Vrg Book IV Chapter 10: Jove sends Mercury to Aeneas
Vrg Book IV Chapter 13: Dido speaks to Aeneas
Vrg Book IV Chapter 14: Aeneas refers her to the gods
Vrg Book IV Chapter 17: Dido speaks to Anna
Vrg Book V Chapter 9: Sergestus hits the rocks
Vrg Book V Chapter 11: Cloanthus victor
Vrg Book V Chapter 12: Participants and prizes of the foot-race
Vrg Book V Chapter 16: A second participant
Vrg Book V Chapter 21: The young ones prepare for a show
Vrg Book V Chapter 22: The show
Vrg Book V Chapter 23: Juno sends Iris to cause trouble
Vrg Book V Chapter 24: Iris inspires the women to set fire to the ships
Vrg Book V Chapter 24: Iris inspires the women to set fire to the ships
Vrg Book V Chapter 28: Advise of the ghost of Anchises
Vrg Book V Chapter 29: The Foundation of Acesta
Vrg Book V Chapter 32: Neptune promises a safe journey to Italy
Vrg Book VI Chapter 3: Prayer to Apollo
Vrg Book VI Chapter 4: Apollo answers through the Sibyl
Vrg Book VI Chapter 8: Aeneas finds the Golden Bough
Vrg Book VI Chapter 14: Charon
Vrg Book VI Chapter 20: Deiphobus
Vrg Book VI Chapter 22: The realm of criminals
Vrg Book VI Chapter 31: The future (cont.)
Vrg Book VII Chapter 6: Explanation of the omens
Vrg Book VII Chapter 12: Ilioneus explains
Vrg Book VII Chapter 13: The omens are considered
Vrg Book VII Chapter 14: Juno is very angry
Vrg Book VII Chapter 25: The temple of Janus opens its doors
Vrg Book VII Chapter 33: Halaesus
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 1: Envoy to Diomede
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 13: The ceremony continues
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 16: Venus asks a shield for Aeneas
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 20: Crimes of Mezentius
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 21: Venus appears
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 24: To Tarchon
Vrg Book IX Chapter 3: Turnus leads the attack
Vrg Book IX Chapter 6: Night falls
Vrg Book IX Chapter 8: Nisus has a plan
Vrg Book IX Chapter 10: The plan is joyfully accepted
Vrg Book X Chapter 1: Council of the Gods
Vrg Book X Chapter 2: Speech of Venus
Vrg Book X Chapter 3: Reaction of Juno
Vrg Book X Chapter 4: Speech of Jupiter
Vrg Book X Chapter 16: Pallas encourages his countrymen
Vrg Book X Chapter 20: Pallas against Turnus
Vrg Book X Chapter 22: Aeneas kills a few
Vrg Book X Chapter 26: Juno deceives Turnus to save his live
Vrg Book X Chapter 28: Attack of Mezentius
Vrg Book XI Chapter 5: Drances wants peace
Vrg Book XI Chapter 10: Diomedes does not want to fight
Vrg Book XI Chapter 14: Turnus speaks
Vrg Book XI Chapter 15: Turnus speaks (cont.)
Vrg Book XI Chapter 30: Arruns killed
Vrg Book XII Chapter 24: Discourse of Turnus and Juturna
Vrg Book XII Chapter 27: The duel starts
Vrg Book XII Chapter 28: Turnus' sword breaks
Vrg Book XII Chapter 31: Jupiter and Juno agree on Rome's future

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Nwt Second letter of Paul to the Corinthians Chapter 2
Nwt Seond letter of Paul to Timotheus Chapter 4
Nwt Acts chapter 16
Nwt Acts chapter 20
Plt Lucullus Chapter 3: Het lets Mithridates escape
Plt Lucullus Chapter 12: battle near Lemnos

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Ann Book II Chapter 54: Germanicus goes East. To Colophon.
Ann Book IV Chapter 55: Embassies from Asia
Ann Book VI Chapter 12: On Sibylline books
Ann Book XII Chapter 58: Marriage of Nero and Octavia
Gth Chapter 20: Devastation of Asia.
Hor Book I Chapter 3: Ascanius and the Foundation of Alba.
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 2: 123-381 The debate over the arms: Ulysses speaks
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 4: 399-428 The fall of Troy
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 6: 481-575 Hecuba's lament and transformation
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 9: 445-482 War in Latium: Turnus asks Diomede's help
Plt Lucullus Chapter 10: Signs of the gods
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 79: Julius Caesar Dictator. Did he want to become a king?
Stn Nero, Chapter 7: Nero adopted by Claudius
Stn Tiberius Chapter 52: Death of Germanicus and Drusus
Vrg Book I Chapter 6: Juno visits Aeolus (cont.)
Vrg Book I Chapter 9: Shipwreck of Aeneas
Vrg Book I Chapter 17: Answer of Jupiter
Vrg Book I Chapter 18: The future: Romulus, Julius Caesar.
Vrg Book I Chapter 27: The temple of Juno, with images of the Trojan war
Vrg Book I Chapter 28: Images of the Trojan war
Vrg Book I Chapter 35: Gifts of Aeneas
Vrg Book II Chapter 7: Sinon's tale (cont.)
Vrg Book II Chapter 10: The gate is broken down
Vrg Book II Chapter 14: Panthus reports
Vrg Book II Chapter 25: Venus advises Aeneas
Vrg Book II Chapter 26: Aeneas leaves Troy
Vrg Book III Chapter 1: The wanderings of Aeneas begin
Vrg Book III Chapter 3: Polymestor and Polydorus
Vrg Book III Chapter 6: Answer of Apollo
Vrg Book III Chapter 9: Aeneas is sent to Hesperia
Vrg Book III Chapter 14: The story of Andromache
Vrg Book III Chapter 24: Achaemenides
Vrg Book IV Chapter 14: Aeneas refers her to the gods
Vrg Book IV Chapter 17: Dido speaks to Anna
Vrg Book V Chapter 24: Iris inspires the women to set fire to the ships
Vrg Book V Chapter 31: Venus speaks to Neptune
Vrg Book VI Chapter 3: Prayer to Apollo
Vrg Book VI Chapter 20: Deiphobus
Vrg Book VII Chapter 7: Omens for Aeneas
Vrg Book VII Chapter 12: Ilioneus explains
Vrg Book VII Chapter 14: Juno is very angry
Vrg Book X Chapter 2: Speech of Venus
Vrg Book XI Chapter 10: Diomedes does not want to fight
Vrg Book XII Chapter 21: Further killing

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Hor Book I Chapter 1: Aeneas in Italy.
Hor Book I Chapter 2: War of Aeneas and Turnus.
Hor Book I Chapter 2: War of Aeneas and Turnus.
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 1: 1-122 The debate over the arms: Ajax speaks
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 2: 123-381 The debate over the arms: Ulysses speaks
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 6: 481-575 Hecuba's lament and transformation
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 10: 675-704 The cup of Alcon
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 4: 154-222 Macareus meets Achaemenides again
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 5: 223-319 Ulysses and Circe
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 9: 445-482 War in Latium: Turnus asks Diomede's help
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 12: 527-565 The transformation of Aeneas's ships
Plt Sertorius Chapter 1: Introduction
Stn Claudius, Chapter 25: Administration of justice (cont.)
Vrg Book I Chapter 3: Carthage
Vrg Book I Chapter 14: Aeneas on land
Vrg Book I Chapter 16: Venus asks Jupiter his plans
Vrg Book I Chapter 30: The lost part of Aeneas fleet visits Dido
Vrg Book I Chapter 34: Welcome to Aeneas
Vrg Book II Chapter 8: Sinon about the Wooden horse
Vrg Book II Chapter 17: Fight about Cassandra
Vrg Book II Chapter 18: The attack becomes general
Vrg Book II Chapter 19: Aeneas defends the royal palace
Vrg Book III Chapter 24: Achaemenides
Vrg Book IV Chapter 16: Aeneas prepares for take off
Vrg Book IV Chapter 22: Thoughts of Dido
Vrg Book V Chapter 15: One participant in the wrestling game?
Vrg Book V Chapter 22: The show
Vrg Book VI Chapter 2: The door of the temple
Vrg Book VI Chapter 3: Prayer to Apollo
Vrg Book VI Chapter 4: Apollo answers through the Sibyl
Vrg Book VI Chapter 7: Funeral of Misenus
Vrg Book VI Chapter 9: Funeral of Misenus
Vrg Book VI Chapter 25: The Elysian fields
Vrg Book VII Chapter 2: Along Circe's island
Vrg Book VII Chapter 8: Aeneas thanks the Gods
Vrg Book VII Chapter 9: Aeneas visits Latinus
Vrg Book VII Chapter 11: The Trojan are asked after his purpose
Vrg Book VII Chapter 14: Juno is very angry
Vrg Book VII Chapter 16: Alecto inspires Amata
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 9: The ceremony is continued
Vrg Book IX Chapter 3: Turnus leads the attack
Vrg Book IX Chapter 4: Sacred origin of Aeneas' ships
Vrg Book IX Chapter 7: The Trojans prepare the camp
Vrg Book IX Chapter 16: The attack is renewed
Vrg Book IX Chapter 18: The attack continued
Vrg Book IX Chapter 20: Many killed
Vrg Book IX Chapter 24: Pandarus and Bitias
Vrg Book IX Chapter 27: Turnus makes a slaughter
Vrg Book IX Chapter 28: Turnus is stopped
Vrg Book X Chapter 2: Speech of Venus
Vrg Book X Chapter 5: The siege is continued
Vrg Book X Chapter 6: Aeneas gets allies
Vrg Book X Chapter 11: Aeneas lands
Vrg Book X Chapter 15: Many get killed
Vrg Book X Chapter 35: Death of Mezentius
Vrg Book XI Chapter 10: Diomedes does not want to fight
Vrg Book XI Chapter 13: Drances speaks
Vrg Book XI Chapter 15: Turnus speaks (cont.)
Vrg Book XI Chapter 26: The killing by Camilla
Vrg Book XI Chapter 29: Camilla killed by Arruns
Vrg Book XII Chapter 3: Amata's ideas
Vrg Book XII Chapter 6: General preparations
Vrg Book XII Chapter 9: Prayer of Aeneas
Vrg Book XII Chapter 13: The fight is renewed
Vrg Book XII Chapter 28: Turnus' sword breaks
Vrg Book XII Chapter 31: Jupiter and Juno agree on Rome's future
Vrg Book XII Chapter 31: Jupiter and Juno agree on Rome's future

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Vrg Book I Chapter 8: Storm at sea
Vrg Book III Chapter 3: Polymestor and Polydorus
Vrg Book III Chapter 14: The story of Andromache
Vrg Book IV Chapter 22: Thoughts of Dido
Vrg Book IV Chapter 26: Last preparations
Vrg Book V Chapter 24: Iris inspires the women to set fire to the ships
Vrg Book VI Chapter 30: The future is described
Vrg Book VI Chapter 32: Marcellus and Marcellus
Vrg Book X Chapter 14: Many get killed
Vrg Book XI Chapter 2: Lament over Pallas

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Hor Book I Chapter 23: The War with Alba. (Cont.)
Hor Book XXV Chapter 12: Due to a prophecy the Apollinarian games are instituted.
Msp Chapter 9
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 4: 399-428 The fall of Troy
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 6: 481-575 Hecuba's lament and transformation
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 11: 705-737 Aeneas's journey to Sicily
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 1: 1-74 The transformation of Scylla
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 2: 75-100 Aeneas journeys to Cumae
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 3: 101-153 Aeneas and the Sybil of Cumae
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 4: 154-222 Macareus meets Achaemenides again
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 9: 445-482 War in Latium: Turnus asks Diomede's help
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 12: 527-565 The transformation of Aeneas's ships
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 13: 566-580 The heron is born from Ardea's ruins
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 11: 418-452 Pythagoras' Teachings:Transfers of Power
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 15: 622-744 Aesculapius, the god, saves Rome from plague
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 16: 745-842 The deification of Julius Caesar
Plt Antony Chapter 6: Caesar occupies Italy
Plt Romulus, chapter 2: Origin of the name Rome and of Romulus.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 43: On spectacles.
Stn Claudius, Chapter 21: Games.
Vrg Book I Chapter 1: Introduction.
Vrg Book I Chapter 3: Carthage
Vrg Book I Chapter 8: Storm at sea
Vrg Book I Chapter 16: Venus asks Jupiter his plans
Vrg Book I Chapter 18: The future: Romulus, Julius Caesar.
Vrg Book I Chapter 19: Jupiter sends Mercury to Dido
Vrg Book I Chapter 28: Images of the Trojan war
Vrg Book I Chapter 31: Obituary of Aeneas
Vrg Book I Chapter 32: Dido welcomes the Trojans
Vrg Book I Chapter 37: A feast
Vrg Book II Chapter 5: Sinon is found
Vrg Book II Chapter 7: Sinon's tale (cont.)
Vrg Book II Chapter 8: Sinon about the Wooden horse
Vrg Book II Chapter 11: The Greeks enter Troy
Vrg Book II Chapter 14: Panthus reports
Vrg Book II Chapter 24: Helen
Vrg Book II Chapter 25: Venus advises Aeneas
Vrg Book III Chapter 5: Prayer of Aeneas
Vrg Book III Chapter 6: Answer of Apollo
Vrg Book III Chapter 7: Aeneas on Crete
Vrg Book III Chapter 13: Andromache visited
Vrg Book III Chapter 14: The story of Andromache
Vrg Book III Chapter 24: Achaemenides
Vrg Book IV Chapter 2: Anna's reply
Vrg Book IV Chapter 3: Bad omens
Vrg Book IV Chapter 5: Talk of Venus and Juno
Vrg Book IV Chapter 14: Aeneas refers her to the gods
Vrg Book IV Chapter 26: Last preparations
Vrg Book IV Chapter 27: Suicide of Dido
Vrg Book V Chapter 1: To Sicily
Vrg Book V Chapter 2: Reception by Acestis
Vrg Book V Chapter 3: Celebration of Anchises' death
Vrg Book V Chapter 7: Start of the game
Vrg Book V Chapter 8: Minoetes is thrown overboard
Vrg Book V Chapter 16: A second participant
Vrg Book V Chapter 20: Acestes declared winner
Vrg Book V Chapter 22: The show
Vrg Book V Chapter 23: Juno sends Iris to cause trouble
Vrg Book V Chapter 25: Ascanius averts the spell
Vrg Book V Chapter 26: Jove sends rain
Vrg Book V Chapter 28: Advise of the ghost of Anchises
Vrg Book V Chapter 29: The Foundation of Acesta
Vrg Book V Chapter 31: Venus speaks to Neptune
Vrg Book VI Chapter 3: Prayer to Apollo
Vrg Book VI Chapter 16: Crossing the Styx
Vrg Book VI Chapter 18: The other side: Dido
Vrg Book VI Chapter 20: Deiphobus
Vrg Book VI Chapter 25: The Elysian fields
Vrg Book VI Chapter 30: The future is described
Vrg Book VII Chapter 12: Ilioneus explains
Vrg Book VII Chapter 13: The omens are considered
Vrg Book VII Chapter 16: Alecto inspires Amata
Vrg Book VII Chapter 17: Amata organizes a Bacchanic frenzy
Vrg Book VII Chapter 18: Alecto inspires Turnus
Vrg Book VII Chapter 22: Alecto blows the horn
Vrg Book VII Chapter 23: Alecto returns home
Vrg Book VII Chapter 24: The people want war
Vrg Book VII Chapter 36: Umbro
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 3: Advice of Tiberinus
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 7: Aeneas asks for an alliance
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 10: The tale of Hercules and Cacus
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 20: Crimes of Mezentius
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 22: Aeneas goes to the ships
Vrg Book IX Chapter 6: Night falls
Vrg Book IX Chapter 8: Nisus has a plan
Vrg Book IX Chapter 10: The plan is joyfully accepted
Vrg Book IX Chapter 20: Many killed
Vrg Book IX Chapter 23: Apollo warns Ascanius
Vrg Book X Chapter 4: Speech of Jupiter
Vrg Book X Chapter 9: More allies: Ocnus
Vrg Book X Chapter 14: Many get killed
Vrg Book X Chapter 19: Pallas and Lausus
Vrg Book X Chapter 22: Aeneas kills a few
Vrg Book X Chapter 23: Aeneas kills some more
Vrg Book X Chapter 24: Liger and Lucagus killed
Vrg Book X Chapter 25: Juno speaks to Jupiter
Vrg Book X Chapter 27: Turnus understands
Vrg Book X Chapter 33: Aeneas kills Lausus
Vrg Book X Chapter 35: Death of Mezentius
Vrg Book XI Chapter 2: Lament over Pallas
Vrg Book XI Chapter 5: Drances wants peace
Vrg Book XI Chapter 6: Lament over Pallas
Vrg Book XI Chapter 9: Council of Latinus
Vrg Book XI Chapter 13: Drances speaks
Vrg Book XI Chapter 14: Turnus speaks
Vrg Book XI Chapter 16: Aeneas marches
Vrg Book XI Chapter 17: Laurentum threatened
Vrg Book XI Chapter 21: Camilla devoted to Diana
Vrg Book XI Chapter 23: The battle continues
Vrg Book XI Chapter 28: Chloreus
Vrg Book XI Chapter 29: Camilla killed by Arruns
Vrg Book XI Chapter 31: The siege begins
Vrg Book XII Chapter 1: Turnus agrees on a duel with Aeneas
Vrg Book XII Chapter 2: Latinus wants to stop him
Vrg Book XII Chapter 7: Juno speaks to Juturna
Vrg Book XII Chapter 11: Juturna spreads rumors
Vrg Book XII Chapter 16: Further killings of Turnus
Vrg Book XII Chapter 18: Venus provides healing
Vrg Book XII Chapter 20: More deaths
Vrg Book XII Chapter 22: The city is attacked
Vrg Book XII Chapter 24: Discourse of Turnus and Juturna
Vrg Book XII Chapter 27: The duel starts
Vrg Book XII Chapter 28: Turnus' sword breaks

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Vrg Book I Chapter 4: Considerations of Juno
Vrg Book I Chapter 10: Neptune does not agree
Vrg Book I Chapter 34: Welcome to Aeneas
Vrg Book II Chapter 14: Panthus reports
Vrg Book II Chapter 15: Aeneas gathers a group of Trojans
Vrg Book II Chapter 31: Aeneas and family flee. Creusa is left behind
Vrg Book III Chapter 14: The story of Andromache
Vrg Book IV Chapter 2: Anna's reply
Vrg Book V Chapter 3: Celebration of Anchises' death
Vrg Book V Chapter 17: The fight
Vrg Book VII Chapter 13: The omens are considered
Vrg Book VII Chapter 14: Juno is very angry
Vrg Book VII Chapter 20: Turnus summons his army
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 8: Reply of Evander
Vrg Book IX Chapter 5: Aeneas' ships are changed into nymphs
Vrg Book IX Chapter 6: Night falls
Vrg Book IX Chapter 9: The plan is presented
Vrg Book IX Chapter 28: Turnus is stopped
Vrg Book X Chapter 2: Speech of Venus
Vrg Book X Chapter 34: Lament of Mezentius
Vrg Book XI Chapter 3: The body of Pallas sent home
Vrg Book XI Chapter 6: Lament over Pallas
Vrg Book XI Chapter 12: Latinus wants peace
Vrg Book XI Chapter 22: Battle near Laurentum. The start.
Vrg Book XII Chapter 1: Turnus agrees on a duel with Aeneas
Vrg Book XII Chapter 3: Amata's ideas
Vrg Book XII Chapter 6: General preparations
Vrg Book XII Chapter 9: Prayer of Aeneas
Vrg Book XII Chapter 22: The city is attacked
Vrg Book XII Chapter 31: Jupiter and Juno agree on Rome's future

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Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 11: 705-737 Aeneas's journey to Sicily
Vrg Book I Chapter 29: Aeneas meets Dido
Vrg Book I Chapter 32: Dido welcomes the Trojans
Vrg Book V Chapter 18: Aeneas breaks off the fight. Entellus declared winner
Vrg Book VII Chapter 21: Alecto causes a chasing incident
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 16: Venus asks a shield for Aeneas
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 20: Crimes of Mezentius
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 22: Aeneas goes to the ships
Vrg Book IX Chapter 2: The attack on the camp starts
Vrg Book IX Chapter 5: Aeneas' ships are changed into nymphs
Vrg Book IX Chapter 18: The attack continued
Vrg Book IX Chapter 22: Ascanius kills Numanus
Vrg Book IX Chapter 23: Apollo warns Ascanius
Vrg Book IX Chapter 26: Pandarus is killed by Turnus
Vrg Book IX Chapter 27: Turnus makes a slaughter
Vrg Book IX Chapter 28: Turnus is stopped
Vrg Book X Chapter 2: Speech of Venus
Vrg Book X Chapter 14: Many get killed
Vrg Book X Chapter 25: Juno speaks to Jupiter
Vrg Book XI Chapter 4: A funeral truce
Vrg Book XI Chapter 5: Drances wants peace
Vrg Book XI Chapter 6: Lament over Pallas
Vrg Book XI Chapter 21: Camilla devoted to Diana
Vrg Book XII Chapter 9: Prayer of Aeneas
Vrg Book XII Chapter 24: Discourse of Turnus and Juturna
Vrg Book XII Chapter 30: The weapons are restored
Vrg Book XII Chapter 30: The weapons are restored
Vrg Book XII Chapter 31: Jupiter and Juno agree on Rome's future
Vrg Book XII Chapter 32: Jupiter sends a messenger to Juturna

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Vrg Book I Chapter 31: Obituary of Aeneas
Vrg Book VI Chapter 19: The region of warriors

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Vrg Book I Chapter 33: Aeneas is revealed
Vrg Book II Chapter 5: Sinon is found
Vrg Book II Chapter 10: The gate is broken down
Vrg Book II Chapter 24: Helen
Vrg Book II Chapter 32: Aeneas finds Creusa's ghost
Vrg Book III Chapter 24: Achaemenides
Vrg Book IV Chapter 7: A thunderstorm
Vrg Book IV Chapter 25: Dido's curse
Vrg Book V Chapter 6: Participants of the rowing game
Vrg Book VI Chapter 3: Prayer to Apollo
Vrg Book VI Chapter 30: The future is described
Vrg Book IX Chapter 4: Sacred origin of Aeneas' ships
Vrg Book IX Chapter 25: Turnus kills many
Vrg Book X Chapter 3: Reaction of Juno
Vrg Book X Chapter 5: The siege is continued
Vrg Book X Chapter 11: Aeneas lands
Vrg Book X Chapter 24: Liger and Lucagus killed
Vrg Book X Chapter 26: Juno deceives Turnus to save his live
Vrg Book XI Chapter 10: Diomedes does not want to fight
Vrg Book XI Chapter 15: Turnus speaks (cont.)

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Vrg Book II Chapter 3: The Trojans see the Wooden Horse
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 7: Aeneas asks for an alliance
Vrg Book IX Chapter 9: The plan is presented
Vrg Book IX Chapter 10: The plan is joyfully accepted
Vrg Book X Chapter 1: Council of the Gods

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Vrg Book II Chapter 14: Panthus reports
Vrg Book III Chapter 3: Polymestor and Polydorus
Vrg Book VI Chapter 3: Prayer to Apollo
Vrg Book VII Chapter 14: Juno is very angry
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 6: Aeneas visits Evander (cont.)

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Vrg Book I Chapter 33: Aeneas is revealed
Vrg Book III Chapter 2: Omens
Vrg Book IV Chapter 8: The rumor spreads
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 6: Aeneas visits Evander (cont.)
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 8: Reply of Evander

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Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 2: 123-381 The debate over the arms: Ulysses speaks
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 4: 399-428 The fall of Troy
Vrg Book III Chapter 19: Departure from Epirus
Vrg Book V Chapter 1: To Sicily

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Hor Book V Chapter 4: War with Veii. Speech of Appius Claudius

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Plt Lucullus Chapter 12: battle near Lemnos
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And so after visiting Ilium and surveying a scene venerable from the vicissitudes of fortune and as the birth-place of our people
Ann Book II Chapter 54: Germanicus goes East. To Colophon.

His favorite spectacle was the Trojan game acted by a select number of boys, in parties differing in age and station; thinking that it was a practice both excellent in itself, and sanctioned by ancient usage, that the spirit of the young nobles should be displayed in such exercises.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 43: On spectacles.

O breed of iron men.
Vrg Book III Chapter 6: Answer of Apollo

When a deputation from Ilium offered him somewhat belated condolences, he replied with a smile, as if the memory of his bereavement had faded from his mind, that they, too, had his sympathy for the loss of their eminent fellow-citizen Hector.
Stn Tiberius Chapter 52: Death of Germanicus and Drusus


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