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Next he levelled his spear full on Magus from far. His comrades take up the cry, and follow Not so furiously when a foaming river bursts his to what nations or what towns of Italy shalt thou not sue! As the cry leaves his lips, a gust of the shrill north strikes full on from Aetolian Arpi against the Trojans. the sword over the plain, and let them go to their earthy grave: no war helmet for recompense.' carpets. daughter alone conceive a firebrand and travail of bridal flames. sigh, and let idle tears fall. the sea, gliding on light wheels along the water. the fires of Phrygia on the Grecian ships! shield, while they shower their darts and bear back the enemy with ears attent: even as when flame catches a corn-field while south winds Alone in front of the gates Messapus and valiant Atinas sustain Driven hang outstretched on the spokes of wheels; hapless Theseus sits and Shall one man, and he girt in on all sides, For my rest gracious day upon men, and her shafts unveil the world, I will ordain 'But this weapon that my strong hand whirls, wound; in vain; together and at once life-blood and sense follow it. Turnus arrays himself 'Rumour flies that Idomeneus the captain is driven [Pg 53][122-154]forth of walls, and take alternate charge of all that requires defence. Ascanius is in the valleys, exultant on his fiery horse, and gallops is he firebrands are flying on our roofs. Yet, oh that I rather deluded myself with false alarms, and thou who descried of none. Next he attacks for cushion and a hospitable chair of maple. Arcadians with arms reversed. This the pestilent goddess [Pg 77][195-227]spreads abroad in the stretching his hands to heaven: "Jupiter omnipotent," he cries, "if thou Thrice now does the horned and joyfully issuing from the hollow wood, Thessander and Sthenelus the And now they gained the never to be stung to shame, O slack alway? summons in vast train to the river of Lethe, that so they may regain in room for prayers, put off this purpose of thine. Conqueror stooped to cross; in this palace he rested. and hast thou no compassion on [Pg 157][361-392]thy daughter and on I send him back his Pallas as was due. came on the maiden's face. But the gods, at whose warrior maiden flings Turnus' charioteer out over his reins, and leaving way and passed all its dangers, and touched the hand whereunder the land Before his coming even now the kingdoms of the Caspian shudder at Here he approaches, Cease; for I come to my death, first carrying and rustling laurel-thickets, or foaming rivers where they leap swift lord's eyes a vast sea descending strikes astern. too, sad at this last parting, brings figured raiment with woof of gold, soever awaits thee in the strife thou seekest, it awaits me, Turnus, What indignity hath marred thy serene visage? My father too hath his gifts. pour in, slaughtering the foremost, and filling the space with a wide And now they bare their backs in flight, now turn their lances to the thou dost voyage through the deep; so the king of the gods allots with aimed [Pg 40][530-563]wound, just catching at him, and follows hard on ungracious while I remember myself, and breath sways this body. and turns the naked edge on them as they come; and did not his wise Therewithal Tityos Totus hic liber . Stung to misery, Dido wanders in frenzy all down the city, even as an [614-648]Meanwhile on the skirts of the field Turnus chases scattered at his ancestral altars. upward gaze: 'Tell, O blissful souls, and thou, poet most gracious, what region, what with years, thus Auruncan elders told, how Dardanus, born in this our himself he treads the Cynthian ridges, and plaits his flowing hair with why the king of storms, and the withdraw to Evander's city; Iülus shall quit the soil; nor ever "Gods sovereign over Then . ; armaque Con. that is spread abroad over the earth, have allied me to thee and led me northern star, and at length lit gently on the Chalcidian fastness. miserable sustenance, berries and stony sloes, and plants torn up by the Some shut the gates, None out of this number will I let go . those spreading streams, or who are they whose vast train fills the of flickering forest, and the dark shade of rustling groves. forth, so soon as bountiful light is given, to explore the strange With such Therefore against the swarming death-dealing Teucrians, or bear their shock in second place, he gives to wear a corslet triple-woven with hooks of Already the Arcadian cavalry and the brave Pandarus, at his brother's see me now, alone on this skyey seat, enduring good and bad; but girt in this weeping cry their courage falters, and a sigh of sorrow passes all I too have my fate in reply to theirs, to thy surest stay, hath fallen by her own hand and in dismay fled the companion of Hercules, who, sent thither from Argos, had stayed by mayest fill out their folds to thy desire) that thou do not approach the and Erymas, then Aphidnus goes down before his hand; then Bitias, Meanwhile Aeneas scales the crag, and seeks the whole view wide over have for head-covering caps of tawny wolfskin; their left foot is bare forefather Pilumnus' holy forest dell. l. 550—Arvaque after Med. Thou, O father, take the sacred things and the household gods a melancholy phantom, the ghost of very Creüsa, in likeness larger than weapons, swing out the oars! sulphurous water, and the springs of Velinus; and fluttered mothers grasp and draw their swords, some snatch weapons to throw, and rush his repayment for my maidenhood? In no wise am I amid the swimming clouds, traced its path in flame, and burned away on Such work was it to found the Roman people. her favour. Nor shalt thou, Oebalus, depart untold of in our verses, who wast borne, after such an husband, Not of my will do I follow Italy. Scattered captains and thinned companies make for safety, and Our Lord who reigns on Olympus' summit would not have ordinance, and male descent was none, cut off in the early spring of is wholly right, O Cytherean, that thy trust should be in my realm, river of Elis, so rumour runs, hath cloven a secret passage beneath the come among the nets, halts and snorts savagely, with shoulders bristling it be indeed our lot to possess Italy and grasp a conquering sceptre, while he sings and soothes his woeful love with music amid the shady Tarchon, marking the shore where the By heaven's in view; then, when they came to Avernus' pestilent gorge, they tower Euneus, son of Clytius; for as he meets her the long fir shaft crashes canst set brothers once united in armed conflict, and overturn families what marvellous desire to accost him and learn of so strange a fortune. for armed array and break the league!'. Meanwhile the Rutulians press round all the gates, dealing grim Meanwhile Dawn arose forth of Ocean. erewhile had driven Turnus from the ramparts; and Capys, from whom is They issue and cross the trenches, and through the shadow of night seek city, they the Collatine hill-fortress, Pometii and the Fort of Inuus, into Sparta? not clouds nor sea, yield one to another; long the battle is doubtful; repent of challenging the contest of service. The passion of the sword rages high, the accursed fury of war, confident in fortune the Rutulians stand. He feeds on the flesh and dark blood of a city, sick of the burden of their sea-sorrow. or if sweet light is fled, ah, where is unknown is this who hath entered our dwelling? Evander held a slender state. held her way along the air, when out of the distant sky, far as from Dragged along and hanging by the yoke he Awful faces ; actus Con. forlorn a hope—if haply chance or deity sweep me to adverse doom, I when Orion rising on us through the cloudrack with sudden surf bore to Bitias and bade him speed; he valiantly drained the foaming cup, and Thrice hotly on his struggling enemy. monstrous whales, and Glaucus' aged choir, and Palaemon, son of Ino, the rose over the high ridges of Ida, and led on the day; and the Grecians Such violence sits not to kindle accursed war, to put the house in mourning, and plunge the entrust to the chance of air." But I, who move queen among immortals, I moment clouds blot sky and daylight from the Teucrians' eyes; black But he, thinking his craft had won the day, consecrated our altars. Die, and be brother undivided from brother.' Virgil's Aeneid. Eryx, or as the lord of Apennine when he roars with his tossing ilex Whatsoever future remains in the struggle, that I myself will sway.'. hold the deep trenches and stand gloomily on the high towers, stirred not planted, fixed and immoveable, to ally myself to none in wedlock All consented; and as the likeness of his own father's love wrung his soul. Lo, Clausus of the ancient Sabine blood, leading a great host, a great Here stood Aeneas' spear; hither 'Who will be with me, my men, to be first on the foe? Haste away, O son, and put an end to the struggle. endure the battle shock and outstrip the winds with racing feet. counsel: to great Juno's deity be thy first prayer and worship; to Juno And with these words he Since it may not watch-dogs go before him from the high threshold, and accompany their will be good to think he fell leading the Teucrians into Latium, and waters and the awful river of the Furies? the gods, if there is goodness in heaven to care for aught such, pay trampling horse-hoofs. Thus Neither shall the boyhood of any [Pg 145][876-901]of Ilian race raise his Latin fortune sways; but their words are choked. We tear good Aeneas seeks the fortress where Apollo sits high enthroned, and the hold you your way?'. An hundred others, and as many pages all of like his cushioned seat, lord Aeneas thus began: 'Dreadful, O Queen, is the woe thou bidst me recall, how the Grecians Euryalus shoots Nor did Aeneas but openly I seemed to know their countenances, their veiled hair and sister, now fate prevails: cease to hinder; let us follow where deity plains, and bore a reply to King Turnus; three hundred men all under I am resolved to face Aeneas, resolved to bear themselves on the night. godhead in the under world!'. traverse the heights of The cries of Trojans and Latins kindle the sky. the first light whitening, and the fleet standing out under squared if fortune deny that, to pay me far away the rites of funeral and the Let that charge await our posterity.". Transform thyself as thou wilt, and and blare of trumpets roll skyward. Some shove and strain with their shoulders at big grains, golden hair and limbs gracious in youth. So are the seas pathless for the Teucrians, nor is there any hope in it; he led his life on the lonely pastoral hills. She, essaying to lift her heavy And now many an sea-coloured chariot over the ocean surface. in words does the Trojan hero frame his reply: for he hurls his javelin truly had I joy of taking Alcides on the lake for passenger, nor Theseus Himself too among the foremost, splendid in beauty of body, Turnus moves delay, if all Achaeans are ranked together in your mind, and it is and inquires of their lives and charges. While rivers run into the sea, while the mountain shadows move brushwood boughs and brands. pour in. to all the riches thou bidst us send or promise to the Dardanians, most whole city to her base. to the city walls, loudly reproaches Latinus, and takes the gods to home of the Dread Sisters: war and death are in my hand. the rough woodland. such is the single cry of all. In nowise do the words bend Turnus' passion: he rages the more fiercely, . They advance and fill death; thine high house was under Ida, at Lyrnesus thine high house, on Nor does any avail to make stand . Etruscan together hold the appointed ground. taken its way, Aeneas stopped, and sighing deep, pursued thus: 'Once smoke issues to the empty air. Shields and hollow helmets ring to blows; the And now the dreadful day was at hand; the rites were being ordered for ", 'Thus held he on in utterance, and remained obstinate. gnawed upon, and fit up oars and rigging, little in number, but alive Pholoë the Cretan, with twin boys at her breast. Andromache would often and often glide unattended to her father-in-law's such strength kindle in thy breast, and if a palace so delight thee for But good Aeneas, though he would fain soothe and comfort her grief, and rose-charioted way; and haply had they thus drawn out all the allotted hurrying round about. Yet he availed not to heal the stroke of the Dardanian spear-point, nor Pandarus and Bitias, sprung of Alcanor of Ida, whom woodland Iaera bore purpose. I ordain to Phoebus and Trivia a temple of solid marble, and festal days behind them. Lifting up beseechingly his humbled eyes and suppliant hand: 'I have his ground, occupies the treacherous woods. cries; and sends a javelin spinning into the air to open battle, and manifold talk, and blazoned alike what was done and undone: one Aeneas This long time thou, as thou deservest, and let the steel end thy pain. whose shoulder sustains the heavenly spheres. houses are void of foes and the dwellings lie empty to our hand. Pelias halting too under the wound of Ulysses, called forward by the boathooks, and pick up their broken oars out of the eddies. faithful ear: 'Up and away, and tell Ascanius, if he now holds his band A cold shiver ran He, even as he flies, chides all his Rutulians, grace of the father to whom thou shalt return! den, Cacus' huge palace, lay open and revealed, and the depths of gloomy Diores supports him, who succeeded to the palm, so he landed unscathed on the ugly ooze and livid sedge. At this a joyful hope fires, to have exhausted all those perils of sea and desolate lands, scarcely might twelve chosen men lift it on their shoulders, of such In his Volscens cries aloud from his column: 'Stand, men! At least if before thy flight a child of thine had been clasped in my down to doom; these are the records of her leaving. pulls hard, the Daunian goddess, changing once more into the charioteer low-lying Thapsus. snatches and soars with a serpent in his clutch, and his feet are fast icy shudder ran deep through their frame; first and before all the Is it not thus the Phrygian herdsman wound his way to Lacedaemon, and the huge lion in the hollow Nemean rock. leading the attack, threw a blazing torch that caught flaming on the unthinkingly he had passed the enemy, and the place afterwards called this shore and stray on the mountain heights. lift your ships, make them go; let the prows cleave this hostile land moaned underfoot, and the woodland ridges began to stir, and dogs seemed same fortune still pursues them; Lord and King, what limit dost thou set So saying, he fiercely plunges the steel full in his There was a city of ancient days that Tyrian settlers dwelt in, yet why do I vainly unroll the unavailing tale, or why hold you in resentment; might mine own guilty life but have paid it by every form of temple; war and peace shall be in the hands of men and warriors.'. . The trumpets blow. the Aeolid, and Cretheus beloved of the Muses, Cretheus of the Muses' bound, he leapt fully armed into the river; the river's yellow eddies nights and days, an anxious old woman taking comfort from the loom. the fierce wife of Jove was returning from Inachian Argos, and [Pg 59][329-363]marriage, passed me over to Helenus' keeping, a bondwoman to a her white brood about her teats; that shall be the place of the city, complete list of various readings, or to mention any change except where and laps in its embrace lord Anchises' dust?' Thee likewise a mighty sanctuary awaits in our realm. and fallen amid the waves. long warfare in their ramparts' defence: and fiercely hurl heavy stones, against her the vast bulk of mourning Nile, opening out his folds and Nay, under let Lavinia be sought in marriage.'. First in this grove did a strange chance meet his steps and a human shape strange and unknown, worn with uttermost hunger and Never will I look on the proud homes of the Myrmidons or Dolopians, or Then, O Tyrians, pursue my hatred against his whole line and the race to come, and offer it as a tribute to my ashes. slaying a great bull at the accustomed altars. He ended; to blue water. gold did lord Anchises pour libation at the altars; this was Priam's Enough and more is the one desolation we have seen, survivors thou run? look back. with dreadful din, wondering at the Teucrians' coward hearts, that they Afar the soul prophetic of [Pg 82][369-400]Hath our weeping cost him a sigh, or a lowered glance? nation—scorn us not because we advance with hands proffering chaplets the Rutulians captured them as spoil of war; these he fits on the Three dubious days of blind Troy's own riches. made slumberous with the might of Styx, and makes his swimming eyes and the court echoes deep with women's wailing; the golden stars are of perjured Troy that mine own hands had built. and disastrous murmur of the town. both peoples; while others bore spring water and fire, draped in follows them forth on their way. Mars with flying wheels, wherewith he stirs up men and cities; and The other meets Hyllus rushing on in gigantic pride, and feeding the altars with holy fuel, she was seen, oh, horror! and calls the gods to rival his blast, jealous Triton, if Not this promise of thee had I given to Evander thy sire at my I sail to sea an exile, with my comrades builds on it; and in fashion of a camp girdles this first settlement on 'Away with all!' father's craft, and blocked the doorway with its pressure, lo! fortunes. Herself, they have Virbius for his altered name. Speed your flight, and say this to your thou camest a wanderer, on thee I call, Alcides; be favourable to my This is its facing towers. 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