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Aeneid

Virgil’s epic poem glorifying the origin of the Roman people. [Rom. Lit.: Aeneid]
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Far from relegating what is Caesar's to a separate realm, Blake declares "Empire Against Art See Virgils Eneid.
The Iliad, Richardson maintains, has "'done infinite mischief for a series of ages,' since to it 'and its copy the Eneid, is owing in a great measure, the savage spirit that has actuated, from the earliest ages to this time, the fighting fellows, that, worse than lions or tigers, have ravaged the earth, and made it a field of blood.