Æneid

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Eneas fliemeþ Trōia burg (Federico Barocci, 1598)

Æneid is þæt mǣste ƿeorc be Publie Uergilie Maroe, ān þāra þǣre ƿorulde lofƿeorþigstena scopƿeorca, oððe on Lǣdene oððe elles. Æneid is lang beornlēod on tƿelf bōcum. Æneid hæfþ his naman fram Enease, Trōia Æþeling, se ƿæs Uenuse and Anchises suna, Priames nefa.

Sēo talu ne cȳþeþ ān spell in ānre endebyrdnesse ac hæfþ tale in talum and is tæpped for Eneases spell; hū hē seglede fram Troian and staþolede rīce on Italiam. Secgen ƿæs Uergiles giefu to Rōmƿarum and mæste to þæm caserelicum cynne, þæm Iulia cynn, hƿæs æðele ætfengon hie ƿæs Iulus oðre nama Ascanius, Eneas sunu be Creusa, Priames dōhtor. On þissum cynn ƿǣron Iulius se Cāsere and Octauianus se Cāsere his nefa, and Uergilius ƿrāt þā ƿēox Rōmes ƿeald; Agustus sige hæfde ofer Marcus Antonius and Cleopatra, and brōhte Ǣgypt under Rōmes ānfealdum hlāfordscipe.

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