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The Aeneid
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  • These drop the shield, and those the lance forego, Or on their shoulders bear the slacken’d bow.
  • These are the foreign foes, whose impious band, Like that rapacious bird, infest our land: But soon, like him, they shall be forc’d to sea By strength united, and forego the prey.
  • Forego the vantage of your horse, alight, And then on equal terms begin the fight: It shall be seen, weak woman, what you can, When, foot to foot, you combat with a man," He said.

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