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" Ille nihil ; nee me quaerentem vana moratur : Sed graviter gemitus imo de pectore ducens, ' Heu ! fuge, nate dea, teque his, ' ait,  "
Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis: Accedunt clavis metrica, notulae anglicae, et ... - Page 96
by Virgil - 1829 - 491 pages
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Englische Gründungssagen von Geoffrey of Monmouth bis zur Renaissance: ein ...

Hans Matter - Cities and towns - 1922 - 685 pages
...Äneas erzählt der Dido, wie ihm Hektor im Traum erschienen sei und folgende Worte gesprochen habe : «Heu fuge, nate dea, teque his, ait, eripe flammis. / Hostis habet muros, ruit alto a culmine Troja: / Sat patriae Priamoque datum. Si Pergama dextra / Defendi possent, etiam hac defensa 'fuissent. /...
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Englische Gründungssagen von Geoffrey of Monmouth bis zur Renaissance: ein ...

Hans Matter - Cities and towns - 1922 - 685 pages
...Äneas erzählt der Dido, wie ihm Hektor im Traum erschienen sei und folgende Worte gesprochen habe : «Heu fuge, nate dea, teque his, ait, eripe flammis. / Hostis habet muros, mit alto a culmine Troja: / Sat patriae Priamoque datum. Si Pergama dextra / Defendi possent, etiam...
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Aeneid; Books I to III: Partly in the Original and Partly in the English ...

Virgil - 1924 - 172 pages
...causa indigna serenos 285 foedavit vultus? aut cur haec vulnera cerno?' ille nihil, nee me quaerentem vana moratur, sed graviter gemitus imo de pectore...'eripe flammis. hostis habet muros; ruit alto a culmine Troia. 390 defend! possent, etiam hac defensa fuissent. sacra suosque tibi commendat Troia penatis...
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Correspondance générale de J.-J. Rousseau, Volume 5

Jean-Jacques Rousseau - French letters - 1926 - 420 pages
...n'est pas trop bonne et tout ce qui se passe n'est pas propre à la rétablir. Heu ! fuge, nate Deâ, teque his, ait eripe flammis. Hostis habet muros, ruit alto a culmine Troja2. Voila, mon cher Philosophe, ce que tous les gens de lettres qui pensent, doivent se dire aujourdui....
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Characters and Epithets: A Study in Vergil's Aeneid

Nicholas Moseley - Latin language - 1926 - 172 pages
...from the dead to tell Aeneas that upon him devolved the responsibility of saving the household gods: "heu fuge, nate dea, teque his" ait "eripe flammis. hostis habet muros ; ruit alto a culmine Troia. sat patriae Priamoque datum : si Pergama dextra defendi possent, etiam hac defensa fuissent....
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The Poems, English, Latin, and Greek

Richard Crashaw - English poetry - 1927 - 473 pages
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Bimillennial Virgil

Virgil - Aeneas (Legendary character) - 1930 - 468 pages
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Le Musée belge: Revue de philologie classique, Volumes 19-26

Classical philology - 1920
...: sans l'apparition d'Hector, sans les paroles décisives du héros défunt, qu'eut fait Enée ? « Heu ! fuge, nate dea, teque his, ait, eripe flammis. Hostis habet muros ; ruit alto a culmine Troia. Sat patriae Priamoque datum : si Pergama dextra Défend! possent, etiarn hac defensa fuissent....
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Lezioni articoli di critica e di polemica (1809-1811)

Ugo Foscolo - Literature - 1933 - 560 pages
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Énéide, Volume 1

Virgil, Henri Goelzer - 1934 - 434 pages
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