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Chapters covered: Scintilla is Working in the House, Quintus Helps Flaccus, Market Day, The School of Flavius, Flavius Tells a Story, The Greeks Capture the Trojans, Polyphemus, Aeneas in Africa, Unhappy Dido, The Elections, Quintus Arrives at Rome, The School of Orbilius, Marcus Invites Quintus to this House, The Triumph of Caesar, The Ides of March, The Funeral of Caesar,

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