Sally almost equal to that Pharsalia of a Sahay, it would seem;—concerning which we can spend no word in this brief summary.
Pompey cut his stick at Pharsalia, and so did Antony at Actium.
The "Pharsalia" of Rowe deserves more notice than it obtains, and as it is more read will be more esteemed.
Cæsar, after the battle of the Pharsalia, had followed Pompey, but had failed to catch him.
The Pharsalia is not true to history, but it cannot shake off its shackles, and is rather a metrical chronicle than a true epic.
At length a great final battle had been fought at Pharsalia.
The compliment, at the opening of the Pharsalia, has been thought sarcastic.
It was near Lessre, they say, that the grand battle of Pharsalia was fought.
Pompey here defeated Cæsar a short time before he was himself defeated at Pharsalia.
Late in the day the plain of Pharsalia was the scene of one vast wreck.