1 I was motionless; my hair stood up, and the accents faltered on my tongue.
2 A strange numbing terror unnerves his limbs, his hair thrills up, and the accents falter on his tongue.
3 But Aeneas in truth gazed in dumb amazement, his hair thrilled up, and the accents faltered on his tongue.
4 But in front of the battle-ranks the phantom dances rejoicingly, and with arms and mocking accents provokes the foe.
5 Then indeed, borne down with dubious terror, I was motionless, my hair stood up, and the accents faltered on my tongue.
6 Such accents uttered the daughter of Saturn; and the other raises her rustling snaky wings and darts away from the high upper air to Cocytus her home.
7 At once that accent heard set their toils a limit; and at once as he spoke his father caught it from his lips and hushed him, in amazement at the omen.
8 Just a few words I force up, and deeply moved gasp out in broken accents: "I live indeed, I live on through all extremities; doubt not, for real are the forms thou seest."
9 Again and again his own valiance and his line's renown flood back upon her spirit; look and accent cling fast in her bosom, and the pain allows not rest or calm to her limbs.
10 To surprise and strike down Camilla in sudden death, this he yielded to his prayer; that his high home might see his return he gave not, and a gust swept off his accents on the gale.
11 Meanwhile in the heavenly dwellings Latona's daughter addressed fleet Opis, one of her maiden fellowship and sacred band, and sadly uttered these accents: 'Camilla moves to fierce war, O maiden, and vainly girds on our arms, dear as she is beyond others to me.'
12 Here Clausus of Cures comes confident in his pride of strength, and with a long reach strikes Dryops under the chin, and, urging the stiff spear-shaft home, stops the accents of his speech and his life together, piercing the throat; but he strikes the earth with his forehead, and vomits clots of blood.