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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-790

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Cll GENERVL LITERATURE DEPARTMENT Illustrate from these books Vergil's fondness for natural scenery shrinking from bloodshed What motives do you suppose influenced him in his choice of the subjects of his poems vl -ttacttu annate Translate -- Pars multo maxima inminentis dominos varus rumoribus differebant true em Agrippam et ignominia accensum non aetate neque rerum experientia tantae moli parem Tiberium Neronem maturum annis spectatum bello set vetere atque insita Claudiae familiae superbia multaque indicia saevitiae quamquam premantur erumpere hunc et prima ab infantia eductum in domo regnatrice congestos iuveni consulatus triumphos ne iis quidem annis quibus Rhodi specie secessns exul egerit aliud quam iram et sinmlationem et secretas lubi- dines meditatum accedere matrem muliebii inpotentia serviendum feminae duobusque insuper adulescentibus qui rem publican interim premant quandoque distrahant Does our knowledge of Tiberius drawn from other writers give any support to Napoleon's opinion that Tacitus did not do him justice Dicebatur contra pietatem erga par en tern et tern ρ or rei publicae obtentui sumpta ceterum cupidinine dominandi concitos per largitionem veteranos paratum ab adulescente privato exercitum corruptas consulis legiones simulatam Pompeianarum gratiam partium י mox ubi decreto patruni fasces et ius praetoris in vase lit caesis Hirtio et Pansa sive hostis illos sen Pansani venrnum vulneri adfusum sui milites Hirtium et machinator doli Caesar abstulerat utriusque copias occupavisse extortum invito senatu consul atum armaque quae in Antonium acceperit contra rem publicam versa pro- scriptionem civium divisiones agrorum ne ipsis quidem qui fecere laudatas sane Cassii et Brutorum exitus paternis ini- micitiis datos quamquam fas sit privataodia publicis utilitati-
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