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1  Nor am I so blind to thy terror of our town, thine old suspicion of the high house of Carthage.
The Aeneid By Virgil
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2  Bid Carthage in high lordship rule Ausonia; there will be nothing there to check the Tyrian cities.
The Aeneid By Virgil
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3  They came at last to the land where thou wilt descry a city now great, New Carthage, and her rising citadel, and bought ground, called thence Byrsa, as much as a bull's hide would encircle.
The Aeneid By Virgil
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4  At her doorway the chief of Carthage await their queen, who yet lingers in her chamber, and her horse stands splendid in gold and purple with clattering feet and jaws champing on the foamy bit.
The Aeneid By Virgil
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5  So speaking, he sends Maia's son down from above, that the land and towers of Carthage, the new town, may receive the Trojans with open welcome; lest Dido, ignorant of doom, might debar them her land.
The Aeneid By Virgil
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6  The house resounds with lamentation and sobbing and bitter crying of women; heaven echoes their loud wails; even as though all Carthage or ancient Tyre went down as the foe poured in, and the flames rolled furious over the roofs of house and temple.
The Aeneid By Virgil
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7  There was a city of ancient days that Tyrian settlers dwelt in, Carthage, over against Italy and the Tiber mouths afar; rich of store, and mighty in war's fierce pursuits; wherein, they say, alone beyond all other lands had Juno her seat, and held Samos itself less dear.
The Aeneid By Virgil
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