A Selection Of Quotes from 'The Aeneid' By Virgil/Vergil

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Prologue
"I sing of arms and of the man" (similar to that of the "Odyssey" and "Iliad")
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Jupiter to Venus
"The future of your descendants remains unchanged."
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The allies of Aeneas fighting in The Trojan War
"Let us die. Let us rush into the thick of fighting." (Homeric)
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Aneneas
"come the, dear father, up on my back." (filial piety)
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The actions of Juno and Anna
First they approaches the shrines...asking the blessing of the gods" (manipulation of religion, perhaps? As shown through the plurals."
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Aeneas in response to the pleas of Dido
"He heard but did not heed her words. The fates forbade it."
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Phlegyas
"Learn to be just and do not slight the gods. You have been warned."
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Anchises
"Augustus Caesar, the son of a god, the man who willl bring back the golden age to the fields of Latium."
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Aeneas
"Heart sick at the sadness of war" - (War is a necessary evil to restore peace)
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Aeneas and his sheild
"Aeneas lifted onto his shoulders the fame and fate of his descendants."
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Aeneas
"He groaned from his heart in pity [and he felt] his own devoted love to his father" filial piety and the sadness at the loss of young life
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Tolumnius
"It is i who will lead you. Now take up your arms."
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Turnus' forces (rutulians)
"[they] prayed that the treaty would come to nothing."
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Aeneas killing Turnus
"Blazing with rage, he plunged the steel into his enemy's breast"
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"The future of your descendants remains unchanged."

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"come the, dear father, up on my back." (filial piety)

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First they approaches the shrines...asking the blessing of the gods" (manipulation of religion, perhaps? As shown through the plurals."

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