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His death was mourned widely. 

Lines 31-33: the tricolon moves from the micro to the macro: allies, enemies, everyone is mourning him. 

Alexander the Great. His appearance, his age and the manner and place of his death 

His account of the great mourning and the comparison with Alexander, as well as the great pathos with which he recounts his final days points to admiration on the part of Tacitus.


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