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But Aruiragus perceiuing this mischiefe, to the end the Britains should not be discouraged therewith, caused himselfe to be adorned with the kings cote-armor, and other abiliments, and so as king continued the fight with such manhood, that the Romans were put to flight.
_Silius Italicus_, _Lucanus_, _Lucretius_, _Ausonius_ and _Claudianus_: so the English tongue is mightily enriched, and gorgeouslie invested in rare ornaments and resplendent abiliments by sir _Philip Sidney_,