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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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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 - 104 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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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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Opera: recognovit brevique adnotatione critica instruxit R. A. B. Mynors

Publio Virgilio Marón, Publius Vergilius Maro, Virgil, Sir Roger Mynors - Bibles - 1969 - 452 pages
...moratur, 254-87 FMP 261 diuus F*, Char. 273. 25 (codex N): dius Macrob. v 17. 15 (cf. u. 762) sed grauiter gemitus imo de pectore ducens, 'heu fuge, nate dea,...teque his' ait 'eripe flammis. hostis habet muros ; mit alto a culmine Troia. 290 sat patriae Priamoque datum : si Pergama dextra defendí possent, etiam...
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Dream and Prediction in the Aeneid: A Semiotic Interpretation of the Dreams ...

Patrick Kragelund - Fiction - 1976 - 91 pages
...in the lines which follow immediately after Aeneas' questions: A.2.287 Ille nihil nec me quaerentem vana moratur sed graviter gemitus imo de pectore ducens..."Heu fuge, nate dea, teque his" ait "eripe flammis!" The use of ille indicates that we have now left the situation of utterance in which Hector and Aeneas...
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Annual Report

Saskatchewan. Department of Education - Education - 1910
...quae causa indigna serenos foedavit vultus? aut cur haec vulnera cerno?' ille nihil, ncc me quaerentem vana moratur, sed graviter gemitus imo de pectore...flammis. hostis habet muros ; ruit alto a culmine Troia. sat patriac Priamoque datum; si Pergama dextra defendi possent, etiam hac dcfensa fuissent....
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Concordantia Vergiliana, Volume 1

Manfred Wacht - Epic poetry, Latin - 1996 - 1420 pages
...equino /contendit telum diversaque bracchia ducens/ constitit, ante lovem supplex per vota A. 9,623 (24) vana moratur, /sed graviter gemitus imo de pectore...ducens,/ 'heu fuge, nate dea, teque his' ait 'eripe A. 2,288 (24) alii spirantia mollius aera /(credo equidem), vivos ducent de marmore vultus,/ orabunt...
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A pequeña letra em teoria literária: a literatura subvertendo as teorias de ...

Philippe Willemart - Literature - 1997 - 232 pages
...cause indigna serenos 285 Faedavit vultus? aut cur haec vulnera cerno? Ille nihil, nec me quaerentem vana moratur; Sed graviter gemitus imo de pectore...ait, eripe flammis. Hostis habet muros; ruit alto a culmineTroja; 290 Sat patriae Priamoque datum: se Pergama dextra Defendi possent, etiam hacdefensa...
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Poetic Allusion and Poetic Embrace in Ovid and Virgil

Alden Smith - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 226 pages
...disobey the injunction to flee Troy that Hector had given him shortly before in the same book. . . . '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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Roman Epic: An Interpretative Introduction

Michael Von Albrecht - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 371 pages
...foedauit uultus? ant cur haec uulnera cerno?' ille nihil, nec me quaerentem uana moratur, sed grauiter gemitus imo de pectore ducens, 'heu fuge, nate dea,...'eripe flammis. hostis habet muros; ruit alto a culmine Troia. 290 sat patriae Priamoque datum: si Pergama dextra defendi possent, etiam hac defensa fuissent....
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