One reference, multiple knowledge items, one footnote
I need some help with one problem concerning multiple citation of classical sources.
I'll give an example, to be more specific. My reference is Caesar and his work The Gallic War. I created the bibliographical reference for the bibliography, I created the citation key for it, so in the footnotes and in-text citations of my paper I'm able to cite him using the short form (Caes. BG 1.4).
My problem appears when I want to make one citation, in the footnote, of multiple texts from his book. Now, when I select multiple knowledge items to insert into the footnote, the result the result is like this: Caes. BG 1.4; Caes. BG 2.5; Caes. BG 5.3; Caes BG 6.8.
What can be done to obtain a footnote with the next form: Caes. BG 1.4; 2.5; 5.3; 6.8?
Is there, after that, a possibility to combine multiple references and knowledge items in one footnote? Example: Caes. BG 2.3; 3.4; Caes. BAfr. 4.23; 5.1; Livy 2.12.3; 39.23.1; 44.14.24?