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E. Benoist, Paris, ed. 2, 1876. Th. Ladewig, revised by K. Schaper, Berlin, 1852-1856. * A. Sidgwick, Cambridge, 1894–1897. Cambridge Unir'. Press.

$2.25. * T. L. Papillon and A. E. Haigh, Oxford, 1892. Clarendon Press.

$ 2.75. B. H. Kennedy, New York, new ed. 1895. * T. E. Page, 1894-1900. Macmillan. $2.00.

(6) Of the Aeneid alone :: C. Theil, Berlin, 1834-1838. R. Sabbadini, Turin, 1885. K. Kappes, Leipzig, ed. 4, 1887. E. W. Howson, Books II and III only (the narrative of Aeneasi,

London, 1881. (c) Of Servius, the ancient commentator on Virgil: G. Thilo and H. Hagen, Leipzig, 1881-1887.

(d) Special vocabulary :G. A. Koch, Wörterbuch zu Vergilius, Hannover, ed. 6, 1885,

(e) Translations:

Besides the well known translations of Dryden (published in his works), and of Pitt (published in Anderson's “ British Poets," vol. XII), the following may be cited :F. Bowen, Boston, 1843C. P. Cranch, Boston, 1872. * J. Conington. An excellent prose translation, published in the

author's “Miscellaneous Writings," vol. II, London, 1872.
Longmans, Green & Co. $ 2.00.
Also a poetical translation, London, 1873. Longmans, Green

Eu Co. $ 2.00. J. M. King, London, 1875. * W. Morris, Boston, ed. 2, 1876. Roberts. $2.50. O. Crane, New York, 1888. Translated into English dactylic hex0. ,

ameters. * J. D. Long, Boston, 1895. Estes. $ 1.75.

A review of the translators of Virgil will be found in the Quar

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terly Review, vol. 110, no. 219, pp. 38-60, 73-114, and in Tyrrell, Latin Poetry, pp. 295, fol.

The following books will be found useful in the study of Virgil :*W. Y. Sellar, Roman Poets of the Augustan Age, — Virgil.

Oxford, ed. 3, 1897. Clarendon Press. $2.25: * F. W. H. Myers, Essays Classical, pp. 106-176. London, 1897.

Macmillan. $1.25. * R. Y. Tyrrell, Latin Poetry, pp. 126-161. New York, 1895.

. Houghton, Mifflin and Co. $ 1.50. * H. Nettleship, Lectures and Essays, pp. 97-142. Oxford, 1885.

Clarendon Press. $ 1.90. H. Nettleship, Ancient- Lives of Virgil. Oxford, 1879. J. Henry, A Voyage of Discovery in the Aeneid, 1-VI. Dresden,

1853 J. Henry, Aeneidea, or critical and other remarks on the Aeneid,

2 vols. London, 1873-1879. * Boissier, Country of Horace and Virgil. New York, 1896. Putnam.

$ 2.00. * Collins, Virgil, in “Ancient Classics for English Readers."

. Philadelphia, 1878. Lippincott. $ 0.50. C. A. Sainte-Beuve, Étude sur Virgile. Paris, ed. 2, 1870. *D. Comparetti, Vergil in the Middle Ages. London, 1895.

Sonnenschein. $ 2.25. J. S. Tunison, Master Virgil. The author of the Aeneid as he

seemed in the Middle Ages. Cincinnati, 1888. * Leland, Legends of Virgil.

New York, 1900.

Macmillan. $ 1.75 Schuchhardt, Schliemann's Excavations. London, 1891. F. J. Miller and J. R. Nelson, Dido, An Epic Tragedy, - a drama

tization from the Aeneid of Virgil. Chicago, 1900. J. W. Clough, The Hexameter of Virgil. Boston, 1880.

1 For other helps on the prosody see footnote to pp. 23, 24.

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P. VERGILI MARONIS

AENEIDOS

LIBER PRIMUS

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superum saevae memorem Iūnānis ob iram, 5 Iulta quoque et bejlo pasşus, dum conderet urbem,

ferretque deos Latio; genus unde Latinum.
Albānīque patrēs atque altae moenia Romae.

Mūsa, mihi càusās memurā, quo nūmine laeso,
Quidve dotēns, rēgina deam tot volyere cāsūs
pysīgnem pietāte vir m, tot adire laborēs
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Carthāgā, Italiam contrā Tiberīnaque longē

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quam lūno fertur terris magis omnibus ūnam
Posthabitā coluisse Samõ.

Hic illius arma,
'ic currus fuit; hoc rēgnum dea gentibus esse,
i quā fāta sinant, iam tum tenditque fovetque.

Irõgeniem sed enim Trõiānō ā sanguine dūci 20 Aldierat, Tyriās õlim quae verteret arcēs;

Hinc populum lātē rëgem belloque superbum
Ventūrum excidio Libyae ; sic volvere Parcās.

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