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John Conington, Commentary on Vergil's Aeneid, Volume 2, P. VERGILI MARONIS, line 1 (search)
ue, magna Pales. Heyne (Excursus 1) remarks that the nurse was a personage of great consequence in an ancient family, as appears in the tragedians. Comp. 5. 645. The town and promontory of Caieta were on the confines of Latium and Campania, near Formiae; and at Formiae, according to Livy 40. 2, there was a temple of Apollo and Caieta. For the legend and etymology of the name see Heyne, Exc. 1, Lewis vol. 1. pp. 326 foll. Litoribus nostris is a vague or exaggerated expression. Caieta may be saidFormiae, according to Livy 40. 2, there was a temple of Apollo and Caieta. For the legend and etymology of the name see Heyne, Exc. 1, Lewis vol. 1. pp. 326 foll. Litoribus nostris is a vague or exaggerated expression. Caieta may be said to have conferred fame on a single spot on the Italian coast: the coast itself rather conferred fame on her. The poet speaks in his own person, as in 9. 446, though the feeling here is more national than personal. Aeneia nutrix like Aeneia puppis 10. 156, Aeneia hospitia ib. 494, Tithonia coniunx 8. 384. So the Homeric bi/h *(hraklhei/h.