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P. Vergilius Maro, Aeneid (ed. Theodore C. Williams), Book 7, line 750 (search)
Next after these, his brows and helmet bound with noble olive, from Marruvium came a priest, brave Umbro, ordered to the field by King Archippus: o'er the viper's brood, and venomed river-serpents he had power to scatter slumber with wide-waving hands and wizard-songs. His potent arts could soothe their coiling rage and heal the mortal sting: but 'gainst a Trojan sword no drug had he, nor could his drowsy spells his flesh repair, nor gathered simples from the Marsic hills. Thee soon in wailing woods Anguitia mourned, thee, Fucinus, the lake of crystal wave, thee, many a mountain-tarn!