The Aeneid of Vergil; Books I-VI, Selections VII-XII Volume Bks. 1-6

The Aeneid of Vergil; Books I-VI, Selections VII-XII Volume Bks. 1-6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...was a compliment to the Numidians. lucent: they are 'the observed oi.' all observers.' qu6s: see on quem, i. 64. 556. in m6rem: V. is emphasizing the antiqnityoi this sport; cf. note on patrifia, iii. 281, and 68. tiinsii i-e-trim. beautiful, the opposite of horrenti, i. 165. See u. there. 557. ferunt: as subject sc. pars. to balance pars, 558. 558. pectore summ5: for case see 5146; the chain goes over the breast and round the neck. V. is thinking of the torquis, a twisted circlet of gold (cf. obtorti, 559) frequently worn by Romans as a military decoration. 560. tres... tern! (=trs): ci. neptem... septena, 85. With tris... numeni ci. bina... nwner6, 61, 6'2, with note. 561. his eeni: cf. bis denis, 1. 881, With note. 562. agmine... magistrle: i.e. they make a. brave show as they move, parted into equal bands and commanded alike. fulgent=l:7cent, 554; so magistria = duct6rEa, 561, with the further thought that each ductor had trained his own followers. 564. referens: ct. referred, iv. 329, with n. P011116: for his fate see 11. 526532. 565. aucthra: for the thought cf. 116-123, esp. 117, with notes. 566, 567. vestigia.... pedia... ostentans nrduue: lit.. 'showing white on high the steps of its pasterns, ' a very elaborate ( 203) way of saying. ' showing white pasterns as it proudly stepped.' pedis is a coll. sing., and primi = ' the first (front) part of.' ostentans arduus: for constr. cf. arduua attollens, 278, with hote. This vs. is a compliment to Augustus. whose mother belonged to the gem Alia, She was the daughter of Iulia, sister of Caesar. 569. puer6... dilectusz the friendship of Iulus and Atys preflgures the later union of more

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