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PHILIP, KING OF MACEDON, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Unwept, unburied, traveller, we lie here
Last Line: But philip, that brave soul, ran quicker still.
Subject(s): Cowardice; Philip V, King Of Macedon (238-179 B.c.)


UNWEPT, unburied, traveller, we lie here
Three myriad men, on this Thessalian hill,
A grief to Macedon. Fast runs a deer,
But Philip, that brave soul, ran quicker still.





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