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scythe
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The Aeneid
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  • The rustic honors of the scythe and share Give place to swords and plumes, the pride of war.
  • Above the portal, carv’d in cedar wood, Plac’d in their ranks, their godlike grandsires stood; Old Saturn, with his crooked scythe, on high; And Italus, that led the colony; And ancient Janus, with his double face, And bunch of keys, the porter of the place.

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  • fell like grass before a scythe
  • The painting is called Peasant Woman with a Scythe.

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