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" ... inquit >frondoso vertice collem/ - quis deus, incertum est - habitat deus: Arcades ipsum/ credunt se vidisse lovem, cum saepe nigrantem/ aegida concuteret dextra nimbosque cieret./ haec duo praeterea disiectis oppida muris,/ reliquias veterumque vides... "
L'Énéide, - Page 336
by Virgil - 1804 - 350 pages
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Opera

Virgil - 1898 - 768 pages
...loci; jam turn silvam saxumque tremebant. 350 « Hoc nemus, hunc, inquit, frondoso vértice collera (Quis deus , incertum est) habitat deus. Arcades ipsum Credunt se vidisse Jovem, quum saepe nigrantem ^gida concuteret dextra , nimbosque cieret. Haec duo praeterea disjeclis oppida...
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Virgil's Aeneid: books I-XII

Virgil - 1902 - 342 pages
...religio pavidos terrebat agrestes 350 Dira loci ; iam turn silvam saxumque tremebant. " Hoc nemus, hunc " inquit "frondoso vertice collem — Quis deus incertum...— habitat deus ; Arcades ipsum Credunt se vidisse lovem, cum saepe nigrantem Aegida concuteret dextra, nimbosque cieret. 355 Haec duo praeterea disiectis...
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Virgil's Aeneid: books I-XII

Virgil - Aeneas (Legendary character) in literature - 1902 - 342 pages
...350 Dira loci ; iam turn silvam saxumque tremebant. " Hoc nemus, hunc " inquit " frondoso vértice collem, — Quis deus incertum est — habitat deus; Arcades ipsum Credunt se vidisse lovem, cum saepe nigrantem Aegida concuteret dextra, nimbosque cieret. 355 Haec duo praeterea disiectis...
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American Journal of Philology

Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve, Charles William Emil Miller, Benjamin Dean Meritt, Tenney Frank, Harold Fredrik Cherniss, Henry Thompson Rowell - Classical philology - 1903
...rites and places, and describes a sacred grove upon the Capitoline (Aen. 8, 351) : ' hoc nemus, hunc ', inquit, ' frondoso vertice collem, quis deus incertum...est, habitat deus ; Arcades ipsum credunt se vidisse lovem, cum saepe nigrantem aegida concuteret dextra nimbosque cieret '. The applicability of this description...
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Histoire e la littérature latine au temps d'Auguste

Clovis Lamarre - Latin literature - 1907
...ad Tarpeiam sedem et Capitolia ducit, Aurea nunc, olim silvestribus horrida dumis. Jam tum religio pavidos terrebat agrestes Dira loci, jam tum silvam saxumque tremebant. « Hoc nemus, hunc, inquit, frondoso vertice collem (Quis deus, incertum est; habitat deus; Arcades ipsum Credunt...
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Virgil, Volume 2

Virgil - Agriculture - 1918
...religio pavidos terrebat agrestis dira loci, iam tum silvana saxumque tremebant. 350 "hoc nemus, hunc," inquit, "frondoso vertice collem, quis deus incertum...est, habitat deus ; Arcades ipsum credunt se vidisse lovem, cum saepe nigrantem aegida concuteret dextra nimbosque cieret. haec duo praeterea disiectis...
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Classical Associations of Places in Italy

Frances Ellis Sabin - Classical literature - 1921 - 526 pages
...religio pavidos terrebat agrestes dira loci, iam tum silvam saxumque tremebant. "hoc nemus, hunc," inquit, "frondoso vertice collem (quis deus incertum...est) habitat deus: Arcades ipsum credunt se vidisse lovem, cum saepe nigrantem aegida concuteret dextra nimbosque cieret." Vir. Aen. viii. 347-354. 1 The...
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P. Vergili Maronis Aeneis: Libri VII - XII.

Publius Vergilius Maro - 1970 - 214 pages
...agrestis 35O dira loci, iam turn silvam saxumque tremebant. 'hoc nemus, hune', inquit, 'frondoso vértice collem, (quis deus, incertum est) habitat deus ; Arcades ipsum credunt se vidisse lovem, cum saepe nigrantem aegida concutcret dextra nimbosque cieret. 355 haec duo praeterea disiectis...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Browning, Volume 9

Robert Browning, Rowena Fowler - History - 1983 - 432 pages
...most sacred hill of Rome — sometimes thought they saw Jove shaking out lightning: 'hoc nemus, hunc' inquit frondoso vertice collem / (quis deus incertum...est) habitat deus; Arcades ipsum / credunt se vidisse lovem, cum saepe nigrantem / aegida concuteret dextra nimbosque cieret': 'Some god,' he said, 'it is...
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Concordantia Vergiliana, Volume 1

Manfred Wacht - Epic poetry, Latin - 1996 - 1420 pages
.../quis mihi nunc tot acerba deus, quis carmine caedes/ diversas obitumque ducum, A. 12,500 (14) vértice collem /(quis deus incertum est) habitat deus; Arcades ipsum/ credunt se vidisse lovem, cuín A. 8,352 (16) exuviasque viri tua quercus habebit.' /audiit illa deus; dum texit Imaona...
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