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Sheet1 Page 1 223 - and now there was an end when jupiter looking down from the highest aeth 224 - on the sail covered sea and the lying lands 225 - and the seashores and the widespread people, thus on the summet of the sky 226 - he stood, and he fixed his lights (eyes) on the kingdoms of libyae 227 - Venus tossing such things in her heart addresses that man 228 - and sadder and having filled her bright eyes with tears 229 - O you who rule the things both of men 230 - and of gods with eternal commands, and you terrrify with lightning 231 - what such thing did my Aeneas commit against you 232 - what were the trojans able to commit so great a thing against you to whom have suffered so many funerals 232 - all the of orb of lands is closed off because of Italy the whold world is cut off because of Italy 234 - Certanily you promise from this people some day Romans would become while the years are rolling by 235 - there would be leaders from the recalled blood of Teucer **236 - Who would hold the sea, who would hold all the lands with their command 237 - What father, what opinion turns you? 238 - Indeed i was consolled by this fall of troy and its sad ruins **239 - with fates opposing fates weighing 240 - now the same fortune follows the men drives by so many disasters
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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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