The First, Second, and Third Books of Virgil's Aeneid, with Notes, Revised and Ed. by W.D. Kenny

The First, Second, and Third Books of Virgil's Aeneid, with Notes, Revised and Ed. by W.D. Kenny

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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. 1853 edition. Excerpt: ...primo fortuna labori. 385 Atque hic, successu exsultans animisque, Cor bus "O socii, qua prima," inquit, "Fortuna salutis Monstrat iter, quaque ostendit se dextra, sequamur. Mutemus clypeos, Danaumque insignia nobis 389 Aptemus. Dolus, an virtus, quis in hoste requirat? Arma dabunt ipsi." Sic fatus, deinde comantem Androgei galeam clypeique insigne decorum, Induitur, laterique Argivum accommodat ensem. Hoc Rhipeus, hoc ipse Dymas, omnisque juventus L ta facit; spoliis se quisque recentibus armat. 395 Vadimus immixti Danais baud numine nostro, Multaque per csecam congressi pr lia noctem Conserimus; multos Danaum demittimus Orco. Diffugiunt alii ad naves, et litora cursu 354. The discourse of. Eneas is 351. Aaytis rbllctis. These are ablatives absolute. Some editions, by having no comma at omnet, make them governed by excessere. 352. IA, contraction for dii. The Bomans believed that the gods placed over certain cities as guardians, or tutelary deities, forsook those cities that were doomed to destruction. full of energy, and shows courageous despair. The beautiful comparison which follows is much admired. 356. Improba. The meaning of probus is " honest, discreet." The im is a negative adjunct, and im. proha may be translated "ravenous, or harsh." Or exultam. 377. Sensit mediot delapsus, that is, sensit medios se delapsum esse. The delapsus for delapsum is in imitation of a Greek idiom. 379. Aspris. It is here put for asperis. Aspris sentibus, "in the thick brambles, or rough thorns." Sentibus, from sentis, is, m. 382. Abibat. "He (Androgeos) was retreating." 389. Clypeos....show more

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  • Paperback | 38 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 86g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236877896
  • 9781236877895