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The Aeneid
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  • The subject world shall Rome’s dominion own, And, prostrate, shall adore the nation of the gown.
  • This prince, from ravish’d Garamantis born, A hundred temples did with spoils adorn, In Ammon’s honor, his celestial sire; A hundred altars fed with wakeful fire; And, thro’ his vast dominions, priests ordain’d, Whose watchful care these holy rites maintain’d.
  • Obscure they went thro’ dreary shades, that led Along the waste dominions of the dead.

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  • France held undisputed dominion over vast areas of Africa.
  • His dominion extends as far as they eye can see.

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