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The Aeneid by Virgil
translated by Theodore C. Williams
Book III Chapter 28: Aeneas ends his tale
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Such was, while all gave ear, the tale sublime
father Aeneas, none but he, set forth
of wanderings and of dark decrees divine:
silent at last, he ceased, and took repose.

Event: The wanderings of Aeneas

716-718
Sic pater Aeneas intentis omnibus unus
fata renarrabat diuum cursusque docebat.
conticuit tandem factoque hic fine quieuit.