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Vergil"s Vocab

Latin Vocab Help for Vergil's Aenaed

profugus fato an exile by fate
ab oris Troiae from the shores of Troy
Lavinia litora the Lavinian shores
ille vir multum iactatus that man much tossed around
in alto on the deep sea
vi super(or)um by the force of the upper Gods
ob memorem iram on the account of the unforgotten anger
passus multa having suffered many things
dum conderet urbem until he could find his city
inferret deos he could bring in his gods
unde genus Latinum from where does the Latin race come
moenia altae Romae the walls of lofty Rome
Created by: mguzman20