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" Dissimulare etiam sperasti, perfide, tantum 305 posse nefas tacitusque mea decedere terra ? Nee te noster amor nee te data dextera quondam nee moritura tenet crudeli funere Dido ? Quin etiam hiberno moliris sidere classem et mediis properas Aquilonibus... "
Six Books of the Æneid [of Virgil.] - Page 80
by Virgil - 1882
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Vergil and the English Poets, Volume 24

Elizabeth Nitchie - Comparative literature - 1919 - 251 pages
...quod she, "May holde yow still heer with me!" which are an almost literal translation of the verses, nee te noster amor nee te data dextera quondam nee moritura tenet crudeli funere Dido? (Aen. 4. 307-8) A still more characteristically mediaeval addition, which has its counterpart also...
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Alonso Nunez de Reinoso

Constance Hubbard Rose - Biography & Autobiography - 1971 - 309 pages
...tantum posse nefas tacitusque mea decedere térra? Nec te noster amor, nec te data dextera quondam, nec moritura tenet crudeli funere Dido? Quin etiam hiberno moliris sidere classem, et mediis prosperas aquilonibus iré per altum, crudelis? . . . . . . Per ego has lacrimas dextramque tuam te...
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Eneida, vol. II: llibres IV-VI

Virgil - 1972
...Tandem his Aenean compellat uocibus ultro: 'dissimulare etiam sperasti, perfide, tantum 3°5 posse nefas tacitusque mea decedere terra? nee te noster amor nee te data dextera quondam nee montura tenet crudeli funere Dido? quin etiam hiberno moliris sidéré classem et mediis properas Aquilonibus...
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Shakespeare's Rome

Robert S. Miola - Drama - 2004 - 260 pages
...betraying her love and breaking his promises: Dissimulare etiam sperasti, perfide, tantum posse nefas tacitusque mea decedere terra? nee te noster amor nee te data dextera quondam nee moritura tenet crudeii funere Dido? (305-8) False one! didst thou hope also to cloak so foul a crime, and to pass...
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Figures of the Text: Reading and Writing (In) la Fontaine

Michael Vincent - Literary Criticism - 1992 - 165 pages
...of the stay-at-home pigeon: L'absence est le plus grand des maux: Non pas pour vous, cruel. [. ..] quin etiam hiberno moliris sidere classem, et mediis properas aquilonibus ire per ahum, crudelis! [...] (Aeneid 4.309-11) I will let Leo Spitzer take responsibility for casting the...
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Fellowship in Paradise Lost: Vergil, Milton, Wordsworth, Volume 97

André Verbart - Aeneas (Legendary character) in literature - 1995 - 314 pages
...and is madly furious. She addresses Aeneas: dissimulare etiam sperasti, perftde, tamum posse nefas tacitusque mea decedere terra? nee te noster amor...classem et mediis properas Aquilonibus ire per altum, crudelis? quid, si non arva aliena domosque ignotas peteres, et Troia amiqua maneret, Troia per undosum...
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Concordantia Vergiliana

Manfred Wacht
...Thyrsis. /C: Nymphae noster amor Libethrides, aut mihi carmen,/ quäle meo Ь. 7, 21 ( 7) /posse nefas tacitusque mea decedere terra? /nee te noster amor nee te data dextera quondam/ nee A. 4 ,307 (7) /'quisquís es, amissos hiñe iam obliviscere Graios / noster eris) mihique haec edissere...
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Concordantia Vergiliana, Volume 1

Manfred Wacht - Epic poetry, Latin - 1996 - 1420 pages
.../crátera antiquum quem dat Sidonia Dido./ si vero capere Italiam sceptrisque potiri/ A 9,266 (24) dextera quondam /nee moritura tenet crudeli funere Dido?/ quin etiam hiberno moliris sidère classera/ et A. 4 ,308 (24) diducere 4 (0.005) Canis aestifer arva. /seminibus positis superest...
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The Scriptorium and Library at Monte Cassino, 1058-1105

Francis Newton - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1999 - 421 pages
...the beginning of Dido's angry speech to Aeneas: Dissimulare etiam sperasti perfide tantum Posse nefas tacitusque mea decedere terra. Nee te noster amor,...quondam. Nee moritura tenet crudeli •^ funere dido (Virgil, Aen. 4.305-308, in Paris, BN lat. 10308.) Did you even hope, faithless man, to be able to...
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The Scriptorium and Library at Monte Cassino, 1058-1105

Francis Newton - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1999 - 421 pages
...the beginning of Dido's angry speech to Aeneas: Dissimulare etiam sperasti perfide tantum Posse nefas tacitusque mea decedere terra. Nee te noster amor,...te data dextera quondam. Nee moritura tenet crudeli m/f funere dido (Virgil, Aen. 4.305-308, in Paris, BN lat. 10308.) Did you even hope, faithless man,...
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