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Virgil’s “The Aeneid” Quotes (7 Quotes)


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  • Agnosco veteris vestigia flammae.
    (Virgil, "The Aeneid")

  • Duty bound, Aeneas, though he struggled with desire to calm and comfort her in all her pain, to speak to her and turn her mind from grief, and though he sighed his heart out, shaken still with love if her, yet took the course heaven gave him and turned back to the fleet.
    (Virgil, "The Aeneid")

  • Facilis decensus averni. The descent into hell is easy.
    (Virgil, "The Aeneid")

  • The gates of Hell are open night and day; smooth the descent and easy is the way.
    (Virgil, "The Aeneid")

  • Through pain I've learned to comfort suffering men
    (Virgil, "The Aeneid")


  • Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito
    (Virgil, "The Aeneid")

  • Will Mars be always in your windy tongue and in your flying feet?
    (Virgil, "The Aeneid")


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