Smiting all those whom they meet, as once with brandished weapons,And that the bloody sword is applied to their foreheads as a symbol of the peril and slaughter of that day, while the cleansing of their foreheads with milk is in remembrance of the nourishment which the babes received.
Down from Alba's heights, Remus and Romulus ran.
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