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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 13, line 623 (search)
epe. Next morrow rysing up as soone as day began to peepe, They went to Phebus Oracle, which willed them to go Unto theyr moother countrey and the coastes theyr stocke came fro. King Anius bare them companie. And when away they shoold, He gave them gifts. Anchises had a scepter all of goold. Ascanius had a quiver and a Cloke right brave and trim. Aenaeas had a standing Cup presented unto him. The Thebane Therses whoo had been king Anius guest erewhyle Did send it out of Thessaly: but Alcon one of Myle Did make the cuppe. And hee theron a story portrayd out. It was a Citie with seven gates in circuit round about, Which men myght easly all discerne. The gates did represent The Cities name, and showed playne what towne thereby was ment. Without the towne were funeralls a dooing for the dead, With herces, tapers, fyres, and tumbes. The wyves with ruffled head And stomacks bare pretended greef. The nymphes seemd teares to shead, And wayle the drying of theyr welles. T
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