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  1. Marc van der Poel (2009). Tacitean Elements in Grotius's Narrative of the Capture of Breda (1590) by Stadtholder Maurice, Count of Nassau (Historiae, Book 2). [REVIEW] Grotiana 30 (1):207-246.
    This article is part of the Dossier on Tacitus published in last year's issue of Grotiana. It offers a combined study of both the content and the language and style of Grotius' account of the capture of Breda in the second book of the Historiae, published in 1657 together with the Annales under the title Annales et Historiae de rebus Belgicis. A thorough analysis of Grotius' account of this eventful and dramatic turning point in the Dutch revolt reveals that it (...)
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  2. Marc Van Der Poel (1994). Rudolph Agricola's de Inventione Dialectica Libri Tres. Vivarium 32 (1):102-114.