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Titus Livius (Livy), History of Rome, books 1-10 (ed. Rev. Canon Roberts) 32 0 Browse Search
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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 14, line 772 (search)
d to the Sabines quyght was choakt With rysing of this fountaine straunge, untill that Marsis knyght Had armed him. Then Romulus did boldly offer fyght. The Romane ground with Sabines and with Romanes bothe were spred. And with the blood of fathrin at the length from battell for to rest, And not to fyght to uttrance: and that Tacye should becoome Copartner with king Romulus of sovereintye in Rome. Within a whyle king Tacye dyde: and bothe the Sabines and The Romanes under Romulus in eqRomulus in equall ryght did stand. The God of battell putting off his glittring helmet then, With such like woordes as theis bespake the syre of Goddes and men: The tyme, father (in as much as now the Romane state Is wexen strong uppon the good foundation laydthe ayre full smoothely downe did slippe. And staying on the woody toppe of mountayne Palatine, He tooke away king Romulus whoo there did then defyne The pryvate caces of his folk unseemly for a king. And as a leaden pellet broade enforced fro