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M. Annaeus Lucanus, Pharsalia (ed. Sir Edward Ridley), book 3, line 1 (search)
ing to the southern wind The navy sailed the deep, and every eye Gazed on Ionian billows. But the chief Turned not his vision from his native shore Now left for ever, while the morning mists Drew down upon the mountains, and the cliffs Faded in distance till his aching sight No longer knew them. Then his wearied frame Sank in the arms of sleep. But Julia's shape, In mournful guise, dread horror on her brow, Rose through the gaping earth, and from her tomb Erect,Reading adscenso, as Francken (Leyden, 1896). in form as of a Fury spake: 'Driven from Elysian fields and from the plains 'The blest inhabit, when the war began, 'I dwell in Stygian darkness where abide 'The souls of all the guilty. There I saw 'Th' Eumenides with torches in their hands 'Prepared against thy battles; and the fleets So The rugged Charon fainted, And asked a navy, rather than a boat, To ferry over the sad world that came. (Ben Jonson, 'Catiline,' Act i., scene 1.) ' Which by the ferryman of the flaming stream 'We