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1  With such words they sealed mutual treaty midway in sight of the princes.
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2  Aeneas ended: they stood dumb in silence, with faces bent steadfastly in mutual gaze.
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3  They had closed in grim war's mutual conflict; Aeneas, while night was yet deep, clove the seas.
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4  A mighty weeping arises along the winding shore; a night and a day they linger in mutual embraces.
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5  They mutually recognise the spoils, Messapus' shining helmet and the decorations that cost such sweat to win back.
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6  With such mutual words they drew nigh the house of poor Evander, and saw scattered herds lowing on the Roman Forum and down the gay Carinae.
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7  Next these same kings laid down their mutual strife and stood armed before Jove's altar with cup in hand, and joined treaty over a slain sow.
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8  Many a mutual blow they deliver in vain, many an one they redouble on chest and side, sounding hollow and loud: hands play fast about ear and temple, and jawbones clash under the hard strokes.
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9  She then exultingly filled the countries with manifold talk, and blazoned alike what was done and undone: one Aeneas is come, born of Trojan blood; on him beautiful Dido thinks no shame to fling herself; now they hold their winter, long-drawn through mutual caresses, regardless of their realms and enthralled by passionate dishonour.
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