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Aenēis , ĭdis or ĭdos, f. Aeneas,
I.the Æneid, Virgil's celebrated epic, the hero of which is Æneas, the progenitor of the Romans: “Aeneïdos auctor,Ov. Tr. 2, 533: “nec tu divinam Aeneïda tenta,Stat. Th. 12 fin.: “morbo oppressus (Vergilius) petivit a suis, ut Aeneïda quam nondum satis elimavisset, adolerent,Gell. 17, 10.
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