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Book 1 lines 297 - 478 - 297 He asaid these things he sends...

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Sheet1 Page 1 297 - He asaid these things, he sends down his son from Maia from on high 298 - So that the new lands would lay open and so that the citadels of Carthage would lay open 299 - In hospitality to the Trojans, so that Dido ignorant of wate would not keep them from her borders 300 - That man flies through the great airs 301 - with a rowing of wings, and he stands quickly on the shores of Lybia 302 - and now he does his orders, and the Phoenicians place asside 303 - their ferocious hearts with the god willing 304 - into her quiet spirit and kind mind. 305 - But Pius Aeneas, rolling very many things through the night 306 - as soon as nurshing light was hiven, he decidedm to go out 307 - to explore new places, the shores which he reached by wind, 308 - who migh thold the, for he sees uncultured (things), wheither men or beasts to find out, 309 - and to bring back nes to his allies 310 - he hides the fleet in a convex of groves under a hollow rock 311 - closed off all around by trees and by bristling shadows 312 - he himself steps forth having been accompanied together with Achates, 313 - grasping his double headed spears with theri wide iron with his hand 314 - to whom (Venus) his mother brought herself meeting him in the middle of the forest, 315 - Wearing the face and the clothing of a young girl, and the weapons of a young Spartan girl, 316 - or like Thracian Haraplice she tires out horses, 317 - and surpasses the swift Hebrus (river) in flight. 318 - For on her shoulders according to custom she had strung her ready bow, 319 - the huntress, and had given her hair to scatter with the winds. 320 - having collecter her flowing folds in a knot naked with respect to her knee. 321 - And earlier (before) she said, "Hey, young men show me 322 - if you have seen anyone of my sisters wandering here by chance,
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Sheet1 Page 2 323 - guarded with a quiver and with a cover of a spotted lynx 324 - or pressing her course of a foraming boar with her shout." 325 - Thus Venus said: and having arisen the son ov venus against this spoke against her thus: 326 - "None of your sisters have been heard by me or seen - 327 - O how do I call you, young lady? For to you there is not a mortal face, 328 - nor does your voice sound human: Oh certanially a goddes - 329 - Wheither a sister of Apallo? or one girl of the blood of nymphs? 330 - Let you be lucky, and may you lighten our labor whoever you are, 331 - and may you show us, under what sky on which shores of the world we are thrown. 332 - Not knowing of men and places 333 - we wander, driven by the wind to this palce and by vast waves: 334 - much sacrifie will befall before the alters to you by our right hand. 335 - Then Venus (says): : not indeed do I think myself with respect to such an honor 336 - for Tyrian virgins it is custom to wear a quiver and to tie up 337 - your legs highly with a purple strap. 338 - You see Punic kingdoms, tyrians and the city of Agenor 339 - but the boundries of the Lybians, a race untameable with respect to war.
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