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Related Quotes:   The Iliad
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I sing of arms and the man who first from the shores of Troy came destined an exile to Italy and the Lavinian beaches, much buffeted he on land and on the deep by force of the gods because of fierce Juno’s never-forgetting anger.
The Aeneid
Book 1.
Why such great anger in those heavenly minds?
The Aeneid
Book 1.
So massive was the effort to found the Roman nation.
The Aeneid
Book 1.
Odd figures swimming were glimpsed in the waste of waters.
The Aeneid
Book 1.
Hereupon he stopped and took up in his hand a bow and swift arrows, the weapons that trusty Achates carried.
The Aeneid
Book 1.
O you who have borne even heavier things, God will grant an end to these too.
The Aeneid
Book 1.
Maybe one day we shall be glad to remember even these things.
The Aeneid
Book 1.
The leader of the enterprise a woman.
The Aeneid
Book 1.
Thus she spoke and turned away with a flash of her rosy neck, and her ambrosial head of hair exhaled a divine fragrance; her dress flowed down right to her feet, and her true godhead was evident from her walk.
The Aeneid
Book 1.
There are tears shed for things even here and mortality touches the heart. Abandon your fears; I tell you, this fame will stand us somehow in good stead.
The Aeneid
Book 1.
Surely as the divine powers take note of the dutiful, surely as there is any justice anywhere and a mind recognizing in itself what is right, may the gods bring you your earned rewards.
The Aeneid
Book 1.
No stranger to trouble myself I am learning to care for the unhappy.
The Aeneid
Book 1.
A grief too much to be told, O queen, you bid me renew.
The Aeneid
Book 2.
And the most miserable things which I myself saw and of which I was a major part.
The Aeneid
Book 2.
Do not trust the horse, Trojans. Whatever it is, I fear the Greeks even when they bring gifts.
The Aeneid
Book 2.
From the one crime recognize them all as culprits.
The Aeneid
Book 2.
Through the friendly silence of the soundless moonlight.
The Aeneid
Book 2.
It was the time when first sleep begins for weary mortals and by the gift of the gods creeps over them most welcomely.
The Aeneid
Book 2.
How greatly changed from that Hector who comes home wearing the armour stripped from Achilles!
The Aeneid
Book 2.
We Trojans are at an end, Ilium has ended and the vast glory of the Teucrians.
The Aeneid
Book 2.
Let us die even as we rush into the midst of the battle. The only safe course for the defeated is to expect no safety.
The Aeneid
Book 2.
The gods thought otherwise.
The Aeneid
Book 2.
Neither the hour requires such help, nor those defenders.
The Aeneid
Book 2.
To what do you not drive human hearts, cursed craving for gold!
The Aeneid
Book 3.
A monster horrendous, hideous and vast, deprived of sight.
The Aeneid
Book 3.
The Aeneid, Books 4-12 More Aeneid quotes
The Aeneid is a Latin epic poem that tells the legendary story of Aeneas, a Trojan who traveled to Italy, where he became the ancestor of the Romans. It was written by Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro), a classical Roman poet who was born on October 15, 70 BC, and died on September 21, 19 BC. The Aeneid became the Roman Empire's national epic.


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