The Aeneid Quotes

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"Spare your fears, Cytherean. Your people's destiny remains unmoved. You will see Lavinium and its promised walls, and you will raise great-souled Aeneas to the stars on high." (Chapter 1, page 9)

"Troy's last day and final hour have come. We are Trojans no more. Ilium is no more. The great glory of the Teucrians is gone." (Chapter 2, page 37)

"Enduring sons of Dardanus, the land that bore you from paternal stock will welcome you back to her fruitful bosom. Seek your ancient mother. From that land the house of Aeneas will rule the world, his son's sons and their sons thereafter." (Chapter 3, page 57)

"What are you thinking of, wasting your time in Libya? If your own glory means nothing to you, think of the inheritance you owe to Ascanius - a kingdom in Italy and the soil of Rome." (Chapter 4, page 86)

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