Book I lines 473-517 Translated

Book I lines - 474 On one part Troilus was fleeing when his weapons had been lost 475 unlucky boy not equal having met up with Achillies 476 Is

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Sheet1 Page 1 474 - On one part Troilus was fleeing when his weapons had been lost, 475 - unlucky boy not equal having met up with Achillies, 476 - Is carried by his horses on his back clining to his empty charriot, 477 - however holding the reins 478 - and the dust is written on by his overturned spear. 479 - Meanwhile Trojan women were going to the temple of not just Pallas 480 - and they were bringing a robe with their hair disheveled, 481 - as supplicants sad and having beaten their chests with their palms 482 - The goddess having turned away was hilding her eyes fixed on the ground. 483 - Three times arround the Trojan walls he had taken Hector, 484 - and Achilles was selling his lifeless body for gold. 485 - Then he gives a huge groan out of the deepest part of his chest, 486 - as he caught sight of spoils, as he caught sight of the charriots, as he caught sight of the body itself of his friend 487 - and (he caught sight of) Priam stretching his unarmed hands. 488 - Also he recgonized himself mixed up among the Greek Chiefs,
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course LATIN 142 taught by Professor Alex during the Spring '10 term at Brown College.

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Book I lines - 474 On one part Troilus was fleeing when his weapons had been lost 475 unlucky boy not equal having met up with Achillies 476 Is

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