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Aeneid

Virgil’s epic poem glorifying the origin of the Roman people. [Rom. Lit.: Aeneid]
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Virgilio, Eneide III, 166--166) Di quell'umile Italia fia salute, per cui mori la vergine Camilla, Eurialo e Turno e Niso di ferute (Alighieri, Inferno I, 106-108) Ahi, serva Italia, di dolore ostello, nave senza nocchiere in gran tempesta, non donna di provincia, ma bordello
Francine Mora-Lebrun (author of a book on the Eneide and the birth of the `roman') studies the cycle of malediction on the House of Laius in a detailed analysis of three episodes from the Roman de Thebes, in the version of MS S, which she has edited for the `Lettres gothiques' collection of the Livres de Poche.
Di un altro aspetto delle storie mitologiche dei fiumi e delle sorgenti (Virgilio, Eneide libro VII), e cioe delle loro capacita profetiche, e rimasta traccia, per esempio, nella tragedia Geraerdt van Velzen dell'autore fiammingo Pieter Comelisz Hooft, nella quale si immagina che il fiume Vecht canti le glorie future di Amsterdam e dell'Olanda.
Previously, Lavaste was a co-founder of Eneide Software, a leading European provider of customer relationship management software that addresses the needs of call centers and client services of more than 250 international companies.
38) is a useful parallel to the swanlike whiteness of Enite's body (Erec, 330), then why not 'wiz alsam ein swane' of Camille's tunic in Veldeke's Eneide, 5187, which must surely be particularly relevant for a reading of this passage?