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Do you see these things? Or father, do we fear you in vain when you throwS Snequiquam horremus,caecique (in nubibus) ignes your thunderbolts, and are the blind fires in the cloudsDO DO DOterrificantanimos et inania murmura miscent?210aimless that terrify our hearts, and do they stir thunder without meaning?S S S DO <Important>Femina, quae (nostris) errans (in finibus) urbem Woman, who wandering in our territories, founded a cityDO Abl Price IO DO DOexiguam pretio posuit,[cui litus arandum in return for payment, a woman to whom we gave a shoreline to be plowedIO GEN DO DO DOcuique loci leges dedimus], conubia nostra and for whom we gave conditions of tenure, she has rejectedDO DOreppulit,ac dominum Aenean (in regna) recepit.my offers of marriage and has taken as lord Aeneas into her kingdom.S SEt nunc ille Paris (cum semiuiro comitatu), And now that Paris, with his eunuch company,M ACC RESP M ACC RESPECTMaeonia mentum mitra crinemque madentem with chin and perfumed hair tied up with a MaeorianS DO S DO Dat Directionsubnexus, rapto potitur:nos munera templis Turban, controls whathe has taken: while we keep bringingDat Direction DO DOquippe tuis ferimus,famamque fovemus inanem." Offerings to your shrines, yes, to yours, and cherish an empty story.”talibus orantem dictis arasque tenentem audiit Omnipotens, oculosque ad moenia torsit regia et oblitos famae melioris amantis. tum sic Mercurium adloquitur ac talia mandat: VOC DO M"Vadeage, nate, vocaZephyros et laberepennis Go forth, my son, call the Zephyrs and glide down ACC of place to which PLACE SDardaniumque ducem, [Tyria Karthagine qui nunc
on your wings and speak to the Dardinian leader, who now awaits citiesM DO DOexspectat, fatisque datas non respicit urbes], at Tyrian Carthage and has no concern for those granted to him by the fates,DO DOadloquere,et (celeres) defermea dicta per auras. Speak to him, and take down my words through the swift breezes.SIS IO S S sc esse=VIS CISNon illum nobis genetrix pulcherrima talem Not such a man did his most beautiful motherSc eum GEN ABL SEPpromisit,Graiumque ideo bis vindicatarmis; promise us, and not for that reason did she rescue him twice from Greek arms;sc illum=SIS fore=VIS DO M M DOsed fore [qui gravidam imperiis belloque frementem but [she promised] that he would be the man who would rule Italy teeming with empireDO DO GENItaliam regeret, genus (alto a sanguine Teucri) 230and clamoring for war, produce a people from the noble TrojanDO DOproderet, ac totum (sub leges) mitteret orbem]. blood, and bring all of the world beneath his laws.S GEN S GEN[Si nulla accendit tantarum gloria rerum, If the glory of such great things fires him in no way,S M M DOnec super ipse sua molitur laude laborem], and if for his own personal fame he toils not at his own work,Dat Comp S DO DOAscanione pater Romanas invidet arces?

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