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- Ovid 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D
- Greenough, J. B. (James Bradstreet)
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- Virgil and other Latin poets
- Ginn and Company
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- print, xii, 338 p., 1 l., 248, 220 p. col. front., illus. (incl. facsim.) col. pl., double map. 20 cm.
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- Book i, 543-582 ("The Destruction of Cacus")--Book ii, 83-II8 ("Arion and the Dolphin")--Book ii, I95-242 ("The Patriotism of the Fabii")--Book ii, 491-512 ("The Deification of Romulus), Book iii, 285-382 ("King Numa Receives the Ancile"), Book iv, 507-562 ("Triptolemus"), Book iv, 809-852 ("The Founding of Rome and the Death of Remus"), Book v, 207-220 ("Flora's Delight in the Spring")
- edited by J.B. Greenough, G.L. Kittredge,
At head of title: The bimillennial Virgil.
"In this new edition, which is offered as a modest tribute on the bimillennial anniversary of Virgil's birth, part one contains books I-VI of the Æneid, followed by a full summary of books VII-XII ... The second part includes not only about four hundred lines from Ovid's Metamorphoses but also some of the best passages in the Fasti and the Tristia, as well as one extract from the Epistles from Pontus and two from the Heroides ... Extracts from Catullus are also included and a number of the most celebrated odes of Horace."--Pref.
- Aeneas (Legendary character)--Poetry
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