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Act V. Scene III.

Scene III.—The Woods. TIMON'S Cave, and a
rude Tomb seen.

Enter a Soldier, seeking TIMON.

Sold. By all description this should be the
place.
Who's here? speak, ho! No answer! What is
this?
Timon is dead, who hath outstretch'd his
span:
Some beast rear'd this; here does not live a
man.
Dead, sure; and this his grave. What's on this
tomb
I cannot read; the character I'll take with wax:
Our captain hath in every figure skill;
An ag'd interpreter, though young in days.
Before proud Athens he's set down by this,
Whose fall the mark of his ambition is. [Exit.
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