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E. Benoist, Paris, ed. 2, 1876. Th. Ladewig, revised by K. Schaper, Berlin, 1882-1886. * 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 Aeneas),

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, 1843. C. 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

& Co. $ 2.00. J. M. King, London, 1875. * W. Morris, Boston, ed. 2, 1876. Roberts. $2.50. 0. Crane, New York, 1888. Translated into English dactylic hex

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

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

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LIBER PRIMUS

Asma virumque cano, Troiae qui primus ab õrīs
taliam, fāto profugus, Lāvinaque vēnit
I, ītora, multum ille et terris iactātus et alto
Vi superum saevae memorem Iūnānis ob iram,
Multa quoque et bejlo pasşus, dum conderet urbem,

aferretque deos Latið; genus unde Latinum.
1bānique patrēs atque altae moenia Romae.

Mūsa, mihi càusās memurā, quo nūmine laeso,
Quidve dotēns, rēgina deum tot volvere cāsūs

Isīgnem pietāte virum, tot adire laborēs mpulerit. Tantaene animis caelestibus irae ?

urbs antiqua fuit - Tyrii tenuēre coloni Larthāgā, Italiam contrā Tiberinaque longē stia, dives opum studiisque asperrima bellī; Ojam lūno fertur terris magis omnibus ūnam Posthabitā coluisse Samõ. Hic illius arma,

'iç currus fuit; hõc rēgnum dea gentibus esse,
Si quā fāta sinant, iam tum tenditque fovetque.

rõgeniem sed enim Trõiānā ā sanguine dūcī
Audierat, Tyriās õlim quae verteret arcēs;
Hinc populum lātē regem belloque superbum
Ventūrum excidio Libyae ; sic volvere Parcās.

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