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general literature department Cl Extructus toto proflabat pectore somnuin Rex idem et regi Turao gratissimus augur Sed non augurio potuit depellere pestem Tres juxta famulos temere inter tela jacentes Armigerumque Eemi prerait aurigamque sub ipsis Nactus equis ferroque secat pendentia colla ΰ Me me adsum qui feci in me convertite ferrum Ο Rutuli mea fra te Nec potuit caelum hoc et conscia sidera testor Tantum infelicem nimiuni dilexit amicum Talia dicta dabat sed viribus ensis adactus Transabiit costas et Candida pectora rumpit Volvitur Euryalus leto pulohrosque per artus II cruor inque humeros cervix collapsa recumbit Purpureus veluti cum flos succisus aratro Languescit moriens lassove papavera collo Demisere caput pluvia cum forte gravantur At Nisus ruit in medios solumque per omnes Volscentem petit in solo Volscente moratur Translate and explain Volvenda dies en attulit ultro δ Sed periisse semel satis est peccare fuisset Ante satis penitus modo non genus omne perosos Femineum Si fortuna permittitis uti Quaesitum Aenean et moenia Pallantea rl Nec te tua funera mater Produxi pressive occulos aut volnera lavi Turn Zephyri posuere Quale per artem Inclusum buxo aut Oricia terebintho Lucet ebur Comment on the scansion Populeas inter frondes umbramque sororum What is the legend alluded to Discuss Vergil's use of the words molxri adeo made stringOy improbus
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