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" Iliacas vestis notumque cubile conspexit, paulum lacrimis et mente morata incubuitque toro dixitque novissima verba : 650 'dulces exuviae, dum fata deusque sinebat, accipite hanc animam meque his exsolvite curis. vixi et quem dederat cursum fortuna peregi,... "
Virgil's Aeneid: With Explanatory Notes - Page 91
by Virgil - 1862 - 598 pages
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The Dido Episode and the Aeneid: Roman Social and Political Values in the Epic

Richard Ciro Monti - Literary Criticism - 1981 - 132 pages
...self-eulogy which constitutes her novissima verba this betrayal is close to the surface of her consciousness. vixi et quem dederat cursum Fortuna peregi, et nunc...ibit imago, urbem praeclaram statui, mea moenia vidi, ulta virum poenas inimico a fratre recepi, felix, heu nimium felix, si litora tantum numquam Dardanidae...
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Reading Dido: Gender, Textuality, and Medieval Aeneid

Marilynn Desmond - Carthage (Extinct city) - 1994 - 318 pages
...Aeneas. In the comparable passage in Aeneid 4, Virgil's Dido asserts her accomplishments as leader: uixi et quem dederat cursum Fortuna peregi, et nunc magna...terras ibit imago, urbem praeclaram statui, mea moenia uidi, ulta uitum poenas inimico a fratre recepi. )653-561 I have lived and I have finished the course...
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Metamorphosis of Language in Apuleius: A Study of Allusion in the Novel

Ellen D. Finkelpearl - History - 1998 - 253 pages
...uerba."57 dulces exuuiae, dum fata deusque sinebat, accipite hanc animam meque his exsoluite curis. uixi et quem dederat cursum Fortuna peregi, et nunc magna...terras ibit imago. urbem praeclaram statui, mea moenia uidi, ulta uirum poenas inimico a fratre recepi... (A. 4.653-56) abicite . . . importunas lacrimas,...
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The Shadows of Poetry: Vergil in the Mind of Augustine

Sabine MacCormack - Literary Criticism - 2023 - 298 pages
...accipite hanc animam meque his exsolvite curis. vixi et quem dederat cursum Forruna peregi, et nune magna mei sub terras ibit imago, urbem praeclaram statui, mea moenia vidi, ulta virum poenas inimico a fratre recepi, felix, heu nimium felix, si litora tantum numquam Dardaniae...
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Virgil: The Aeneid

Philip R. Hardie - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 412 pages
...contrasting that former state with her present misery (655-8): urbem praeclaram statui, mea moenia vidi, ulta virum poenas inimico a fratre recepi, felix,...tantum numquam Dardaniae tetigissent nostra carinae. At this point we may return to the first book again to examine a scene where the parallel fates of...
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Aspects of the Language of Latin Poetry

Roland Mayer, James Noel Adams - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 468 pages
...two 'halves' of the verse. Examples are therefore the more noteworthy, as in Virg. A. 4.652-8, uixi et quem dederat cursum Fortuna peregi / et nunc magna...ibit imago, / urbem praeclaram statui, mea moenia uidi, / ulta uirum poenas inimico a fratre recepi, / felix, heu nimium felix, si litora tantum / numquam...
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Athanor (2000), Volume 3

Susan Petrilli - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2000 - 250 pages
...643 accipite hanc animani meque his exsoluite curis. Vixi et quem dederat cursum fortuna peregi, 645 et nunc magna mei sub terras ibit imago. Urbem praeclaram statui, mea moenia uidi, 647 ulta uirum poenas inimico a fratre recepi, felix, heu minium felix, si lit ora tantum 649...
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Virgil: The Aeneid

K. W. Gransden, S. J. Harrison - History - 2004 - 122 pages
...and left behind, intimate reminders of their time together: accipite hanc animam meque his exsolvite curis. vixi et quem dederat cursum Fortuna peregi. et nunc magna mei sub terras ibit imago. Receive this soul, release me from this pain. I have lived my life, tinished the course Fortune allotted....
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Aeneis

Virgil - Education - 2006 - 1182 pages
...novissima verba : « Dulces exuviae, dum fata deusque sinebat, Accipite hanc animam, meque his exsolvite curis. Vixi, et, quem dederat cursum fortuna, peregi; Et nunc magna mei sub terras ibit imago. ess Urbem praeclaram statui; mea moenia vidi; Ulta virum poenas inimico a fratre recepi; Félix, heu!...
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Virgil's Gaze: Nation and Poetry in the Aeneid

Joseph D Reed - Literary Criticism - 2009 - 239 pages
...Exul echoes in the Aeneid when Dido, about to die, wishes the Trojans had never arrived (4.657-58): "felix, heu nimium felix, si litora tantum numquam Dardaniae tetigissent nostra carinae." "[I would have been] happy, alas, all too happy, if only the Dardanian ships had never touched our...
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