The School and College Virgil, Æneids Vii. to Xii. with Engl. Notes, Revised by H. Edwardes and G. B. Wheeler

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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. 1845 edition. Excerpt: ...the Trojan camp with all his forces (503--589). Ascanius slays Numanus with an arrow, as he indulges in loud vaunts against the Trojans (590--671). Pandarus and Bitias throw open the gate of the camp, and repel with great slaughter the approaching Latins (672--690). Turnus, on hearing of this sally, rushes to the open gate, slays Bitias, and burst into the camp (691--733). Pandarus closes the gate to prevent the egress of Turnus, by whom he is immediately after slain (734--756). Turnus chases the Trojans through their camp, who, being at length rallied by the efforts of Mnestheus and Serestus, hem in their enemy, and assail him from a distance with their missiles. Turnus, pressed by numbers, retires by degrees towards the part of the camp bounded by the Tiber (756--789.), and, armed as he was, plunges into the stream, and escapes to his friends unhurt (790--818). 1. Divenapenitusparte, i.e. in a place far removed from the camp, near the Tiber. 2. Irim Iris was particularly in the service of Juno, though she was often sent on messages by the other deities, and especially by Jupiter. Servius observes that she was never, like Mercury, sent to effect a reconciliation, but rather to create disturbance. 3. Audacem, "valiant." Parentis, "his ancestor." His great-grandfather, Pilumnus, otherwise called Sterculius, was the son of Faunus. 4. Sedebat This implies the careless and inactive state of the mind of Turnus at the time he was visited by the celestial messenger. On account of the mention of the sacred grove, some take sedebat to imply a "suppliant" posture, and quote such expressions as sedere ad aras, ad liminn, &c. 5. Thaumantias Iris was the daughter of Electra and Thaumas, the son of Oceanus and Terra....

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