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1  No more are we a Trojan people; Ilium and the great glory of the Teucrians is no more.
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2  Nor stays he till seven great victims are stretched on the sod, fulfilling the number of his ships.
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3  The great corpse lies along the shore, a head severed from the shoulders and a body without a name.
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4  Straightway the winds upturn the main, and great seas rise; we are tossed asunder over the dreary gulf.
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5  Then indeed we press on to ask and inquire the cause, witless of wickedness so great and Pelasgian craft.
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6  Soon as the noise of banquet ceased and the board was cleared, they set down great bowls and enwreathe the wine.
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7  And here I find a marvellous great company, newly flocked in, mothers and men, a people gathered for exile, a pitiable crowd.
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8  Do thou only keep by thy promise, O Troy, and preserve faith with thy preserver, as my news shall be true, as my recompense great.
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9  The Tyrians are hot at work to trace the walls, to rear the citadel, and roll up great stones by hand, or to choose a spot for their dwelling and enclose it with a furrow.
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10  Therewith she sends his company on the shore twenty bulls, an hundred great bristly-backed swine, an hundred fat lambs and their mothers with them, gifts of the day's gladness.
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11  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.
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12  An hundred great towns are inhabited in that opulent realm; from it our forefather Teucer of old, if I recall the tale aright, sailed to the Rhoetean coasts and chose a place for his kingdom.
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13  Dreadful, O Queen, is the woe thou bidst me recall, how the Grecians pitiably overthrew the wealth and lordship of Troy; and I myself saw these things in all their horror, and I bore great part in them.
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14  This Polydorus once with great weight of gold had hapless Priam sent in secret to the nurture of the Thracian king, when now he was losing trust in the arms of Dardania, and saw his city leaguered round about.
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15  Thus speaking, he hurled his mighty spear with great strength at the creature's side and the curved framework of the belly: the spear stood quivering, and the jarred cavern of the womb sounded hollow and uttered a groan.
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16  Here, where thou seest sundered piles of masonry and rocks violently torn from rocks, and smoke eddying mixed with dust, Neptune with his great trident shakes wall and foundation out of their places, and upturns all the city from her base.
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17  And now she gave justice and laws to her people, and adjusted or allotted their taskwork in due portion; when suddenly Aeneas sees advancing with a great crowd about them Antheus and Sergestus and brave Cloanthus, and other of his Trojans, whom the black squall had sundered at sea and borne far away on the coast.
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