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(for you can) and sprinkle earth on me, or if there is some way, if your divine mother shows you one (since you’d not attempt to sail, such waters, and the Stygian marsh, without a god’s will, I think), then give this wretch your hand and take me with you through the waves, that at least I might rest in some quiet place in death.’. counting off the hours, nor has my trouble failed me. When she had spoken of this, the aged priestess of Apollo said: ‘But come now, travel the road, and complete the task set for you: let us hurry, I see the battlements that were forged, in the Cyclopean fires, and the gates in the arch opposite us, where we are told to set down the gifts as ordered.’, She spoke and keeping step they hastened along the dark path. ipsa canas oro.' But he replied: ‘Phoebus’s tripod did not fail you, Aeneas. and topple Jupiter from his high kingdom. talis erat species auri frondentis opaca paulatim adnabam terrae; iam tuta tenebam, regifico luxu; Furiarum maxima iuxta               605 and, on the threshold opposite, death-dealing War. exciderat puppi mediis effusus in undis. consulis imperium hic primus saevasque securis 620 AENEID BOOK 6, TRANSLATED BY H. R. FAIRCLOUGH Thus he cries weeping, and gives his fleet the reins, and at last glides up to the shores of Euboean Cumae. Then the great hero knew. tenent media omnia silvae, magnanimi heroes nati melioribus annis, ‘Torments of Hell’ - Carl Ludwig Beutler (Germany, 1638 - 1683), Yale University Art Gallery, Huge Cerberus sets these regions echoing with his triple-throated. Can you see the Stygian waters, unburied, or the grim. quis Gracchi genus aut geminos, duo fulmina belli, between their horns, in the sacred fire, as a first offering. inde alias animas, quae per iuga longa sedebant, quae rapidus flammis ambit torrentibus amnis,               550 towards its bank, he attacked them verbally, first, and unprompted. out from the thick of the enemy, through the flames. Tisiphone quatit insultans, torvosque sinistra sedibus ut saltem placidis in morte quiescam.' sed me fata mea et scelus exitiale Lacaenae Behold, there came the helmsman, Palinurus. per tacitum nemus ire pedemque advertere ripae, vipereum crinem vittis innexa cruentis. and Chaos, Phlegethon, wide silent places of the night, let me tell what I have heard: by your power, let me. Aeneas the Trojan, renowned in piety and warfare. 'Anchisa generate, deum certissima proles, cessas? How willingly now they’d endure. dixit, et ante tulit gressum camposque nitentis Glaucus, Medon and Thersilochus, the three sons of Antenor, Polyboetes, the priest of Ceres, and Idaeus. opposite, and watch their faces as they came by him. in the vast depths, and spews all its sands into Cocytus. ash trunks and fissile oak were split with wedges. and threw purple robes over them, his usual dress. He saw Leucaspis and Orontes, captain of the Lycian fleet, there, grieving and lacking honour in death, whom a Southerly, overwhelmed, as they sailed together from Troy on the windswept. ducebat Phrygias; flammam media ipsa tenebat os rabidum, fera corda domans, fingitque premendo. But you, in turn, tell what fate has brought you here, living. terribiles visu formae, Letumque Labosque; alma, precor, miserere (potes namque omnia, nec te contorsit, non ille faces nec fumea taedis From here there is a road that leads to the waters, of Tartarean Acheron. egregius, si umquam regnandam acceperit Albam. and the steel chambers of the Furies, and mad Discord. errabat silva in magna; quam Troius heros quinquaginta atris immanis hiatibus Hydra poverty and harsh suffering, in the air above! conventus trahit in medios turbamque sonantem, aspicies.' nec vero hae sine sorte datae, sine iudice, sedes: Then he turned off the other souls who sat on the long benches, cleared the gangways: and received mighty Aeneas, on board. nec procul hinc partem fusi monstrantur in omnem                440 forbidden to the living.’ She spoke and with closed lips fell silent. Vergil sedibus hunc refer ante suis et conde sepulcro. alligat et novies Styx interfusa coercet. she taught me the divine torments, and guided me through them all. of Brutus the avenger, the rods of office reclaimed? Hac vice sermonum roseis Aurora quadrigis               535 lest robbed of its gear, and cleared of its helmsman. and the Fort of Inus, and Bola, and Cora. 805 quive viri tanto complerint agmine ripas. quis tantus plangor ad auras?' sic prior adloquitur: 'quis te, Palinure, deorum Cecropidae iussi (miserum!) largior hic campos aether et lumine vestit               640 Tros Anchisiade, facilis descensus Averno: ingentem et summa Danaos ex arce vocabat. 'nullae hic insidiae tales (absiste moveri), They turned. Hinc via Tartarei quae fert Acherontis ad undas. that punishment, or what kind of suffering drowns them. hae linquunt, illae remis vada livida verrunt?' spread out on all sides: so they name them. extra anni solisque vias, ubi caelifer Atlas unus qui nobis cunctando restituis rem. Those will be names that are now nameless land. By Virgil. Daedalus ipse dolos tecti ambagesque resolvit, So saying, she plunged wildly into the open cave: he, fearlessly, kept pace with his vanishing guide. at pius Aeneas arces quibus altus Apollo ... Aeneid. quos super atra silex iam iam lapsura cadentique hurled down by the lightning-bolt, writhe in the depths. Cocyti stagna alta vides Stygiamque paludem, inruat et frustra ferro diverberet umbras. Halt your footsteps and do not take yourself from my sight. and Cocytus is round it, sliding in dark coils. pure ethereal thought, and the brightness of natural air. have been children of gods, unrivalled in strength. relying on his Thracian lyre, its melodious strings: if Pollux, crossing that way, and returning, so often. Aeneas was no less active in such efforts, encouraging. hoc uno responso animum delusit Apollo, agmina. ecce autem primi sub limina solis et ortus               255 imperiis egere suis; nec credere quivi Gods, so repay. Here is the company of those who suffered wounds fighting. en huius, nate, auspiciis illa incluta Roma tumida ex ira tum corda residunt; tuque invade viam vaginaque eripe ferrum:               260 his saltem accumulem donis, et fungar inani               885 Ilusque Assaracusque et Troiae Dardanus auctor. of the dark skiff towards them and neared the bank. all the more, taming her wild heart, shaping her by constraint. quam metui ne quid Libyae tibi regna nocerent!' 'o pater, anne aliquas ad caelum hinc ire putandum est Right before the entrance, in the very jaws of Orcus. They are not satisfied with seeing him only once: they delight in lingering on, walking beside him. ire ad conspectum cari genitoris et ora Gradually I swam to shore: grasped now at safety, but as I caught at the sharp tips of the rocks, weighed down, by my water-soaked clothes, the savage people. and fashioned his steps with similar concern. tuque, o, dubiis ne defice rebus, and terrestrial bodies and mortal limbs don’t dull them. Fabricium vel te sulco, Serrane, serentem? who chose to work such brutal punishment on you? These two halves are commonly regarded as reflecting Vergil ‘s ambition to rival Homer by treating both the wandering theme of “The Odyssey” and the warfare theme of “The Iliad” . an monitu divum? fulmine deiecti fundo volvuntur in imo. for three stormy nights: high on the crest of a wave. Di, quibus imperium est animarum, umbraeque silentes Nec non Aeneas opera inter talia primus Aeneas arrives in Italy. Vergil, Aeneid Books 1–6 is the first of a two-volume commentary on Vergil’s epic designed specifically for today’s Latin students. exercet poenas et ad impia Tartara mittit.' Like Virgil, for example, Dante designed a hell with many sections and in which more severe punishments are handed down to those w… hic Caesar et omnis Iuli procubuisse super confusae stragis acervum. The path of safety will open up, for you from where you least imagine it, a Greek city.’. white hair straggling from his chin: flames glow in his eyes. tum maximus heros quique sui memores aliquos fecere merendo: In the centre a vast shadowy elm spreads its aged trunks. and enclosed in night and a dark dungeon, can’t see the light. demens, et cantu vocat in certamina divos, who fell from the stern on the Libyan passage. and he was shedding tears. vestibulo sedeat, facies quae limina servet? Why drag out the tale? bis Stygios innare lacus, bis nigra videre Addeddate 2010-02-05 16:15:00 Boxid IA1300111 Camera Canon 5D Donor alibris External-identifier urn:oclc:record:1102158842 Foldoutcount 0 Identifier And the hero replied to her briefly in these words: ‘None of us have a fixed abode: we live in the shadowy woods. Aeneas matri Eumenidum magnaeque sorori               250 the Gods of the Dead send false dreams to the world above. fataque fortunasque virum moresque manusque. et fors omne datum traherent per talia tempus, the Tartarean Phlegethon, churning with echoing rocks. instaurate, pio si poenas ore reposco. their foreheads shaded by the civic oak-leaf crown! supponunt alii cultros tepidumque cruorem and branches: the seat, they say, that false Dreams hold. inclusas animas superumque ad lumen ituras               680 who tried to tear down the heavens with their hands. si te nulla movet tantae pietatis imago,               405 da iungere dextram, ultima, quae bello clari secreta frequentant. This is a place of shadows, of Sleep and drowsy Night: I’m not allowed to carry living bodies in the Stygian boat. faucibus effundens supera ad convexa ferebat. 'quis, pater, ille, virum qui sic comitatur euntem? An icy shudder ran to the Trojans’ very spines. This work may be freely reproduced, stored and transmitted, electronically or otherwise, for any non-commercial purpose. and these have their own sun, and their own stars. At this, trembling suddenly with terror, Aeneas grasped. adversos legere et venientum discere vultus. an quae te fortuna fatigat, as the priestess began to speak: ‘Trojan son of Anchises. quas ego te terras et quanta per aequora vectum Grief and vengeful Care have made their beds. And here I saw the two sons of Aloeus, giant forms. nunc animis opus, Aenea, nunc pectore firmo.' attulerint. sed me iussa deum, quae nunc has ire per umbras, adforet atque una Phoebi Triviaeque sacerdos,               35 constitui et magna manis ter voce vocavi. tell me, from over there, why you’re here, and halt your steps. pauci, quos aequus amavit But pious Aeneas sought the summits, where Apollo, rules on high, and the vast cavern nearby, the secret place, of the terrifying Sibyl, in whom the Delian prophet. floribus insidunt variis et candida circum he saw wide battlements, surrounded by a triple wall. ‘Are you slow with your, vows and prayers, Aeneas of Troy, are you slow?’, she cried. fare age, quid venias, iam istinc et comprime gressum. pelagine venis erroribus actus ille viam secat ad navis sociosque revisit. 900 sprung from the blood of the gods, the path to hell is easy: but to retrace your steps, and go out to the air above. quis te, magne Cato, tacitum aut te, Cosse, relinquat? Eumenidum aspicies, ripamve iniussus adibis? There, those whom harsh love devours with cruel pining. All this crowd, you see, were destitute and unburied: that ferryman is Charon: those the waves carry were buried: he may not carry them from the fearful shore on the harsh waters, before their bones are at rest in the earth. nate, tua et notas audire et reddere voces? As soon as the Trojan hero stood near her. magnum reginae sed enim miseratus amorem funera, cum tumulum praeterlabere recentem! Like many a globetrotter after him, Aeneas's first visit is to the local tourist office – meaning, of course, the cave of the Sibyl, a prophetess who owes her power to the god Apollo. quale solet silvis brumali frigore viscum               205 dicitur et tenebrosa palus Acheronte refuso, obloquitur numeris septem discrimina vocum, obicit. ut primum cessit furor et rabida ora quierunt, Alas, was I the cause of your dying? vel quo discrimine ripas As they crowded round, the Sibyl addressed them. but driving others away, keeps them far from the sand. sorrowing among the deep shadows, he spoke first, saying: ‘What god tore you from us, Palinurus, and drowned you. sed vos, si fert ita corde voluntas,               675 in these sorrows: she left me these memorials. You’d have shared largely in such a work, Icarus, if grief, had allowed, he’d twice attempted to fashion your fate, in gold, twice your father’s hands fell. nec partem posuere suis (quae maxima turba est), when the first one’s picked, the twig’s leafed with the same metal. hortator scelerum Aeolides. quidve petunt animae? imposuit; fixit leges pretio atque refixit; tendebantque manus ripae ulterioris amore. reveal things buried in the deep earth, and the darkness. ... Vergil. illum ego per flammas et mille sequentia tela               110 or exhorted by the gods? 705 altera candenti perfecta nitens elephanto,               895 1 and 2, (K) Leipzig, 1859. finem dedit ore loquendi. The youthful band leapt eagerly, to the Hesperian shore: some sought the means of fire, contained in veins of flint, some raided the woods. the deep pools of Cocytus, and the Marsh of Styx. et viridi sedere solo. She turned away, her eyes fixed on the ground, no more altered in expression by the speech he had begun. sub pedibus mugire solum et iuga coepta moveri atque omnis pelagique minas caelique ferebat, ipsa sub ora viri caelo venere volantes, utterances spoken to my people, and consecrate picked men. hoc opus, hic labor est. quique sacerdotes casti, dum vita manebat, ignibus imponit sacris, libamina prima, hic thalamum invasit natae vetitosque hymenaeos: he went to battle, distinguished by his spear and trumpet. But the dismal boatman accepts now these, now those. in medio ramos annosaque bracchia pandit ora manusque ambas, populataque tempora raptis ergo exercentur poenis veterumque malorum lustravitque viros dixitque novissima verba. infelix habuit thalamus, pressitque iacentem praecipitans traxi mecum. hortatur socios paribusque accingitur armis. quod si tantus amor menti, si tanta cupido est alma, viros. Cocytusque sinu labens circumvenit atro. vis ut nulla virum, non ipsi exscindere bello foliis tantum ne carmina manda, At pater Anchises penitus convalle virenti as to who the dead friend, the body to be interred, was, whom the priestess spoke of. Now the waves have me, and the winds roll me along the shore. quid Thesea, magnum quos circumfusos sic est adfata Sibylla, namque gubernaclum multa vi forte revulsum, per genitorem oro, per spes surgentis Iuli, litus in Hesperium; quaerit pars semina flammae vidi et crudelis dantem Salmonea poenas,               585 To this the prophetess of Amphrysian Apollo briefly answered: ‘There’s no such trickery here (don’t be disturbed), our weapons offer no affront: your huge guard-dog. their prows to the sea, secured the ships’ anchors, by the grip of their flukes, and the curved boats, lined the beach. incolimus. ast alios longe summotos arcet harena. di cuius iurare timent et fallere numen. Go now glory of our race: enjoy a better fate.’. But dark night, with its sad shadows, hovers round his head.’. aetherium sensum atque aurai simplicis ignem. And soon they reached the most distant fields, the remote places where those famous in war, crowd together. and hacked at the shadows uselessly with his sword. At last, the river crossed, he landed the prophetess and the hero. 755, 'Nunc age, Dardaniam prolem quae deinde sequatur With such words, the Sibyl of Cumae chants fearful enigmas, tangling truths and mysteries: as she raves, Apollo. dixit, pressoque obmutuit ore.               155. in a receding valley, with rustling woodland thickets. educet silvis regem regumque parentem,               765 infelix, utcumque ferent ea facta minores: over the wide airy plain, and gaze at everything. ostendent terris hunc tantum fata nec ultra The Classics Page. while you seek advice and hang about our threshold. sed te qui vivum casus, age fare vicissim, inventas aut qui vitam excoluere per artis ipse atri velleris agnam proiecere animas. otia qui rumpet patriae residesque movebit ullo se tantum tellus iactabit alumno. expediam dictis, et te tua fata docebo. it comes et iuvenis quondam, nunc femina, Caeneus But hold my words in your memory, as a comfort in your hardship: the nearby peoples, from cities far and wide, will be moved. instituam festosque dies de nomine Phoebi. (sed terrae graviora manent), in regna Lavini vestibulum ante ipsum primisque in faucibus Orci Laurentisque docet populos urbemque Latini, fortunatorum nemorum sedesque beatas. So he spoke, and in speaking turned away. of Monoecus: Pompey, the son-in-law, opposing with Eastern forces. constituit frontique invergit vina sacerdos, quo magis Italia mecum laetere reperta.' Then his father Aeneas, with welling tears, replied: ‘O, do not ask about your people’s great sorrow, my son. all looking up to him, his tall shoulders towering above: ‘Blessed spirits, and you, greatest of Poets, say what region or place contains Anchises. Interea videt Aeneas in valle reducta tum demum horrisono stridentes cardine sacrae quae quis apud superos furto laetatus inani quid memorem Alciden? hic crudelis amor tauri suppostaque furto seu spumantis equi foderet calcaribus armos. aere ciere viros Martemque accendere cantu. it might founder among such surging waves. 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