Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Privernum” in book 11, card 532 of P. Vergilius Maro, Aeneid:
... me. Nor is it some new Iove that stirs to-day with sudden sweetness in Diana's breast: for long ago, when from his kingdom driven, for insolent and envied power, her sire King Metabus, from old Privernum 's wall was taking flight amidst opposing foes, he bore a little daughter in his arms to share his exile; and he called the child (Changing Casmilla, her queen-mother's name) Camilla. Bearing on ...
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