Your votes determine who will move on to the Martia Dementia Finals. Voting closes at 12:15am CST on Monday in order to allow us time to create the next survey which will open at 9:00 am April 6th.

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Final Four: Roman Colosseum
* Lucan's De bello civili continuously alludes to the Aeneid so that he might construct his work as an "anti-Aeneid." Lucretius is praised for his innate ability to ally philosophy with poetry.
* Hesiod, one of the oldest known Greek poets, once won a tripod for a song at a funeral. Nothing is known of Euclid's life aside from some useless inferences from antiquity.