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U 4.8 (Aen. 1.92-101) Powerpoint.pptx

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U 4.8 (Aen. 1.92-101) Sarah Sarshar & Arthur Erlandson
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Summary Aeneas fears for his life during a storm at sea and thinks about the men who died at in the Trojan War.He believes that they are blessed to have died in battle and not in a storm. (From left to right: Diomedes, Sarpedon, Achilles.)
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Scansion Notes: Line 1.92 is a spondaic line. In line 1.93, the first syllable of duplicis is short.
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Lines 1.92-1.93 1 .92 extemplō Aenēae solvuntur frīgore membra: 1.93 ingemit, et duplicīs tendēns ad sīdera palmās 1.92 Suddenly the limbs of Aeneas are relaxed with cold [fear] 1.93 He groans, and stretching both palms to the stars, 1.92 Solvuntur: relaxed, 3cv, passive, perfect, plural, 3rd person, mv 1.92 Frigore: cold fear, 2 Dn, singular, neuter, ablative of means 1.93 Synchysis: “ingemit, et duplicīs tendēns ad sīdera palmās”. ABAB. Emphasizes Aeneas’s desperate attempt to pray.
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Lines 1.94-1.95 1.94 tālia vōce refert: 'Ō terque quater que beātī , 1.95 quīs ante ōra patrum Trojae sub moenibus altīs 1.94 He says these things with his voice: ‘O, three times and four
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