Aeneid Book XIII: A Continuation of Vergils Famous Epic Matthew J, Okeefe

ISBN: 9781479325887

Published: September 17th 2012

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182 pages


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Aeneid Book XIII: A Continuation of Vergils Famous Epic  by  Matthew J, Okeefe

Aeneid Book XIII: A Continuation of Vergils Famous Epic by Matthew J, Okeefe
September 17th 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 182 pages | ISBN: 9781479325887 | 7.19 Mb

Vergils Aeneid is a well known and beloved ancient poem, but, unfortunately, Vergil died before he could finish it- book XIII supplies supplies 715 lines of dactylic hexameter to finally put an end to the story. Written in a very similar style toMoreVergils Aeneid is a well known and beloved ancient poem, but, unfortunately, Vergil died before he could finish it- book XIII supplies supplies 715 lines of dactylic hexameter to finally put an end to the story. Written in a very similar style to Vergil, and written as if the Romans would still be the main audience, book XIII follows right after the end of book XII, and it details Roman history and customs to the end of Aeneas, then continues on with the famous founding twins, and ends after the death of Remus by Romulus.

Notes, vocabulary, grammar, a full English translation, and a full scansion of all the lines are included with the Latin.



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