1 Nor did Cisseus' daughter alone conceive a firebrand and travail of bridal flames.
2 Thus lord Aeneas with all attent retold alone the divine doom and the history of his goings.
3 One will there be alone whom on the flood thou shalt lose and require; one life shall be given for many.
4 And now on the very goal Cloanthus alone is left; him he pursues and presses hard, straining all his strength.
5 She discerns the vast concourse, and traverses the shore, and sees the haven abandoned and the fleet left alone.
6 One alone kept the household and its august home, a daughter now ripe for a husband and of full years for marriage.
7 Nor did gentle Eurytion, though he alone struck the bird down from the lofty sky, grudge him to be preferred in honour.
8 Acestes alone was over, and the prize lost; yet he sped his arrow up into the air, to display his lordly skill and resounding bow.
9 Nor do Teucrians alone pay forfeit of their blood; once and again valour returns even in conquered hearts, and the victorious Grecians fall.
10 Forth of it she seemed to hear her husband's voice crying and calling when night was dim upon earth, and alone on the house-tops the screech-owl often made moan with funeral note and long-drawn sobbing cry.
11 I too have my fate in reply to theirs, to put utterly to the sword the guilty nation who have robbed me of my bride; not the sons of Atreus alone are touched by that pain, nor may Mycenae only rise in arms.
12 The fleet he hides close in embosoming groves beneath a caverned rock, amid shivering shadow of the woodland; himself, Achates alone following, he strides forward, clenching in his hand two broad-headed spears.
13 Scarcely do Helenor alone and Lycus struggle out; Helenor in his early prime, whom a slave woman of Licymnos bore in secret to the Maeonian king, and sent to Troy in forbidden weapons, lightly armed with sheathless sword and white unemblazoned shield.
14 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.
15 But Nisus rushes amidst them, and alone among them all makes at Volscens, keeps to Volscens alone: round him the foe cluster, and on this side and that hurl him back: none the less he presses on, and whirls his sword like lightning, till he plunges it full in the face of the shrieking Rutulian, and slays his enemy as he dies.
16 Straightway without pause Dares issues to view in his vast strength, rising amid loud murmurs of the people; he who alone was wont to meet Paris in combat; he who, at the mound where princely Hector lies, struck down as he came the vast bulk upborne by conquering Butes, of Amycus' Bebrycian line, and stretched him in death on the yellow sand.
17 Here are they who hated their brethren while life endured, or struck a parent or entangled a client in wrong, or who brooded alone over found treasure and shared it not with their fellows, this the greatest multitude of all; and they who were slain for adultery, and who followed unrighteous arms, and feared not to betray their masters' plighted hand.
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