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Nomen _____________________________________ Book 2.1-56 Conticuere omnes all fell silent Intentique ora tenebant; and they were holding their mouths attentively Inde from there Pater Aeneas sic orsus [est] father Aeneas thus began Ab toro alto: from his high couch “regina, “Queen [tu] iubes [me] renovare infandum dolorem, you order me to recall a cursed grief Ut Danai eruerint Troianas opes et lamentabile regnum How the Greeks destroyed the Trojan wealths and the lamentable kingdom Quaeque ipse vidi miserrima And the very miserable things I myself have seen Et quorum fui pars magna. and of which I was a great part Quis miles Myrmidonum Dolopumve which soldier of the Myrmidons and the Dolopians Aut [quis miles] duri Ulixi or which soldier of harsh Ulixes Temperet talia fando control such things with speaking A lacrimis? with tears Et iam and now Nox umida praecipitat humid night falls De caelo from the sky -que cadentia sidera suadent somnos. and the falling stars persuade sleep Sed si tantus amor [est tibi] cognoscere nostros casus but if such a love is there to you to know our causes Et audire breviter supremum laborem Ttroiae, and to hear briefly the supreme labor of Troy Quamquam although Animus meminisse horret the mind shutters to remember Luctuque refugit and escapes with grief [ego] incipiam. I will begin. Fracti bello fatisque repulsi broken by war and repulsed by the fates Ductores Danaum aedificant equum the leaders of the Greeks build a horse Instar montis in the likeness of a mountain

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