Virgil's Aeneid Page 1

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But father Aeneas, after he'd heard Turnus's name, both abandoned the walls and abandoned the highest citadels and thrust aside all delays and broke off all tasks, rejoicing with joy, and thundered dreadfully in his arms; as great as Athos or as great as Eryx, or as great as Father Appeninus himself when he roars with his quivering oaks and rejoices in raising himself to the sky with his snowy head.

After he'd heard…

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