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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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Aeneide

Virgil - 1884
...terrebat agrestis dira loci, iam tum silvam saxumque tremebant. 350 choc nemus, hunc1 inquit cfrondoso vertice collem, quis deus incertum est, habitat deus; Arcades ipsum credunt se vidisse lovem, cum saepe nigrantem aegida coucuteret dextra nimbosque eieret. haec duo praeterea disiectis...
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History of Prose Fiction, Volume 1

John Colin Dunlop - Fiction - 1888
...tum Religio pavidos terrebat agrestes Dira loci ; jam tum sylvam saxumque tremebant. Hoc nemus, hunc, inquit, frondoso vertice collem, (Quis Deus, incertum...habitat deus. Arcades ipsum Credunt se vidisse Jovem : cum ssepe nigrantem -('tgiclii concuteret dextra, nimbosque cieret. JEneis, viii. 349, etc. To all...
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Opera: ex recensione J. Conington

Virgil - 1889 - 338 pages
...Argileti, 3ic lam tum religio pavidos terrebat agrestis Dira loci; iam tum silvam saxumque tremcbant. 350 Hoc nemus, hune, inquit, frondoso vertice collem, Quis deus incertum est, habitat deus; Areades ipsum Credunt se vidisse lovem, cum sacpe uigrautem A egida concuteret dextra, nimbosquc cicret....
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P. Vergili Maronis Aeneis: cum delectu variae lactionis

Virgil - Aeneas (Legendary character) - 1889 - 304 pages
...terrebat agrestis dira loci, iam tum silvam saxumque tremebant. 350 choc nemus, hunc' inquit cfrondoso 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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Vergils Gedichte

Virgil - 1891
...terrebat agrestis dira loci, iam turn silvam saxumque tremebant. 350 choc nemus, huncJ inquit cfrondoso vertice collem, quis deus incertum est, habitat deus; Arcades ipsum credunt se vidisse lovem, cum saepe nigrantem aegida concuteret dextra nimbosque eieret. haec duo praeterea disiectis...
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Pvbli Vergili Maronis Bvcolica: Aeneis: Georgica: the greater ..., Volume 2

Virgil - 1894
...VIII. 383.] The Site of Rome. 37 dira loci, iam tum silvam saxumque tremebant. 35° ' 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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P. Vergili Maronis Opera

Virgil - 1895 - 493 pages
...dumis. iam tum religio pavidos terrebat agrestis dira loci, iam tum silvam saxumque tremebant. 350 'hoc nemus, hune' inquit 'frondoso vertice collem...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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History of Prose Fiction, Volume 1

John Colin Dunlop - Fiction - 1896
...Metrical Romance, vol. ip xix, etc. Jam turn Religio pavidos terrebat agrestes Dira loci ; jam turn sylvam saxumque tremebant. Hoc nemus, hune, inquit, frondoso vertice collem, (Quis Deus, incertum eat) habitat deus. Arcades ipsum Credunt se vidisse Jovem : cum saepe nigrantem -/Egida concuteret...
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Literary Pamphlets Chiefly Relating to Poetry from Sidney to Byron: I ...

Ernest Rhys - English poetry - 1897
...Religio pavidos terrebat agrestes Dira loci, jam tum silvam saxumq ; tremebant. Hoc nemus, hunc, inqmt, frondoso vertice collem, Quis Deus, incertum est,...habitat Deus. Arcades ipsum Credunt se vidisse Jovem : Cum scepe nigrantem JEgida concuteret dextrd, nimbosq ; cieret. And afterwards, — ad tecta subibant...
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The Roman Poets of the Augustan Age: Virgil

William Young Sellar - Latin poetry - 1897 - 423 pages
...religio pavidos terrebat agrestis Dira loci ; iam turn silvam saxumque tremebant. Hoc nemus, hunc, inquit, frondoso vertice collem, Quis deus incertum est, habitat deus : Arcades ipsum Crednnt se vidisse lovem, cum saepe nigrantem Aegida concuteret dextra nimbosque cieret '. This belief...
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