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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rolando Brown III on Sunday September 6, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to LAT 312K at University of Texas at Austin taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 64 views. For similar materials see /class/181638/lat-312k-university-of-texas-at-austin in Latin at University of Texas at Austin.




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Date Created: 09/06/15
LAT 312K Spring 2009 Instructor S Davies IX saevit atrox Volcens nec teli conspicit usquam 420 auctorem nec quo se ardens immittere possit 39tu tamen interea1 calido mihi sanguine poenas persolves amborum39 inquit simul ense recluso ibat in Euryalum tum vero exterritus amensZ conclamat Nisus nec se celare tenebris 425 amplius aut tantum potuit perferre dolorem 39me me3 adsum qui feci in me convertite ferrum o Rutuli mea fraus omnis nihil iste nec ausus nec potuit caelum hoc et conscia4 sidera testor tantum infelicem nimium dilexit amicum 430 talia dicta dabat sed viribus ensis adactusS transabiit6 costas et candida pectora rumpit7 volvitur Euryalus leto pulchrosque per artus it cruor inque umeros cervix collapsa recumbits purpureus veluti cum flos succisus aratro 435 languescit moriens lassove papavera collo demisere9 caput pluvia cum forte gravanturlo 1 tamen interea ie although I cannot nd your comrade 7 meantime until I do 2 exterritus amens Asyndeton marking excitement me me On me 7 only me 7to supply a verb to govern these accusatives would destroy the living passion of the line 4 conscia conscious 7 because they have looked down on all that has happened cf the witness of the night appealed to in 1288 5 viribus adactus strongly driven home 6 transabiz39t A rare word and so changed in some manuscripts to transadigit 7 rumpit lays bare inque umeros and his neck lies sunk upon his shoulder 9 demisere gnomic perfect have been known to are wont to droop their hea 10 lassove This simile cf also XI 68 is borrowed partly from Homer Iliad 8306 and partly from Catullus 1122 LAT 312K Spiing 2009 Instructor S Davies at Nisus ruit in medios solumque per omnes Volcentem petit in solo Volcente moraturll quem circum glomerati hostes hinc comminus atque hinc 440 proturbant instat non setius ac rotat ensem fulmineum12 donec Rutuli clamantis in ore condidit adverso et moriens animam abstulit hosti tum super exanimum sese proiecit amicum confossus placidaque ibi demum13 morte quievit 445 Fortunati ambo si quid mea carmina possunt nulla dies umquam memori vos eximet aev014 dum domus Aeneae15 Capitoli16 immobile saxum accolet imperiumque pater Romanus habebit 11 in solo Volcente moratur This phrase is the opposite of the common nihil morarz39 followed by accusative care nothing about pay no attention to rotat whirls his lightning sword ibi demum there and there only 7 demum as usual closely emphasizing the word it goes with In his friend s arms and there only could he sleep peacefully in death 14 memori shall steal you from remembering time memori is emphatic in contrast to time s usual forgetfulness 15 domuslemme the house of Aeneas 7 not merely the gem Julia but also in the widest sense the Roman race So too paterRomanus in the next line 7 though Augustus if he pleased could have read in it a reference to himself while applying equally to all who could claim the proud title of a Roman father 16 Capitoli the standing symbol of Rome s dominion 13


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