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  • Aeneid. He is referred to by this phrase on three occasions. In the context of an episode called Hades, the most relevant instance occurs at Aeneid 6:158
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  •      (Latin) Troy has been! The quotation is from Virgil's epic poem the Aeneid 2:325: Ilium is a Latinized form of Ilion (Ἴλιον), another name for the
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  • narrator (Bloom?) has adapted a line (1:630) from Virgil's epic poem the Aeneid: Non ignara mali, miseris succurrere disco (Not unacquainted with misfortune
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  • Mars for Romans- named for him” (Vergil, The Aeneid p. 9). These words were uttered by Jove in The Aeneid showing how much the gods favor Aeneas as well
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  • Polyphemus (In Greek: Πολύφημος) was a cyclops portrayed in the Odyssey and the Aeneid. After capturing Odysseus and several of his men, Polyphemus held them capture
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  • ideal epic poet: The Homeric epics the Iliad and the Odyssey and Virgil's Aeneid all begin in medias res. Gifford (1988) 561. Thornton (1968) 459. Horace
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  • children with Hermes (Hermaphroditus) and Anchises (Aeneas - the hero of the Aeneid, the mythological founder of the Roman bloodline). The former child's name
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  • detail, along with many other Latin texts. Other examples include Virgil's Aeneid, Horace's Odes and passages from Livy. Outside of school he has read Propertius
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  • ancestor of their family (Lindehans). As indicated in Virgil’s epic the Aeneid, Venus is the mother of Aeneas (Vergil). Caesar and Augusts claimed that
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  • The Laocoön, which depicts the scene described by Virgil in Book 2 of the Aeneid, in which the Trojan priest and his sons are crushed to death by two sea-serpents
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  • Agitates the whole mass, and mixes itself with GREAT MATTER" (Virgil: "Aeneid," vi., 724 ff.) Socrates (c.470 – 399 BC) (Greek Σωκράτης Sōkrátēs) was
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  • a Roman poet. His works included the Eclogues, the Georgics and the The Aeneid, the latter becoming the Roman Empire's national epic poem. Tiberius Claudius
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  • includes the Greek epics, Iliad and Odyssey, the Roman national epic, Virgil's Aeneid, and the Indian epics, Ramayana and Mahabharata. The efforts of ancient
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  • unknown. arida Pumex is masculine, and the MSS give 'arido'. Servius ad Aeneid 12.587 remarks that 'Catullus said it in the feminine'; and in modern times
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  • and harpsichord suites. This was Purcell's only true opera, based on the Aeneid by the ancient Roman poet Virgil. In this opera, soldier-of fortune Aeneas
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  • national epic of Rome, the Aeneid of Vergil, tells the story of how the Trojan prince Aeneas came to Italy. According to the Aeneid, the survivors from the
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  • their city. One such tale, as made famous by the poet Virgil's epic The Aeneid, held that the city was founded by the Trojan refugee Aeneas, who fled to
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  • Quos ego: A quotation from the Aeneid signifying a threat. Ridiculus sum: I am ridiculous. Look at the construction of the paragraph beginning 'a hubbub'
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  • is accorded divine sanction by Virgil's Jupiter, who in Book 1 of the Aeneid promises Rome imperium sine fine, "sovereignty without limit". By the end
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  • to justify certain relationships. For example, Virgil’s epic poem, the Aeneid, can be seen as a justification for the Roman Empire. [9] Perhaps as a way
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