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By all description this should be the place.By all description this should be the place.Tim V.iii.1
Whose heere? Speake hoa. No answer? What is this?Who's here? Speak, ho! No answer! What is this?Tim V.iii.2
Tymon is dead, who hath out-stretcht his span,Timon is dead, who hath outstretched his span.Tim V.iii.3
Some Beast reade this; There do's not liue a Man.Some beast read this; there does not live a man.Tim V.iii.4
Dead sure, and this his Graue, what's on this Tomb,Dead, sure, and this his grave. What's on this tombTim V.iii.5
I cannot read: the Charracter Ile take with wax,I cannot read. The character I'll take with wax.Tim V.iii.6
Our Captaine hath in euery Figure skill;Our captain hath in every figure skill,Tim V.iii.7
An ag'd Interpreter, though yong in dayes:An aged interpreter, though young in days.Tim V.iii.8
Before proud Athens hee's set downe by this,Before proud Athens he's set down by this,Tim V.iii.9
Whose fall the marke of his Ambition is. Whose fall the mark of his ambition is.Tim V.iii.10
My Noble Generall, Timon is dead,My noble general, Timon is dead,Tim V.iv.65
Entomb'd vpon the very hemme o'th'Sea,Entombed upon the very hem o'th' sea;Tim V.iv.66
And on his Grauestone, this Insculpture whichAnd on his grave-stone this insculpture whichTim V.iv.67
With wax I brought away: whose soft ImpressionWith wax I brought away, whose soft impressionTim V.iv.68
Interprets for my poore ignorance.Interprets for my poor ignorance.Tim V.iv.69