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used in The Aeneid

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  • Pure oil and incense on the fire they throw, And fat of victims, which his friends bestow.
    Book 6 (26% in)
  • When, from aloft, almighty Jove surveys Earth, air, and shores, and navigable seas, At length on Libyan realms he fix'd his eyesWhom, pond'ring thus on human miseries, When Venus saw, she with a lowly look, Not free from tears, her heav'nly sire bespoke: "O King of Gods and Men! whose awful hand Disperses thunder on the seas and land, Disposing all with absolute command; How could my pious son thy pow'r incense?
    Book 1 (30% in)
  • Then Caesar from the Julian stock shall rise, Whose empire ocean, and whose fame the skies Alone shall bound; whom, fraught with eastern spoils, Our heav'n, the just reward of human toils, Securely shall repay with rites divine; And incense shall ascend before his sacred shrine.
    Book 1 (37% in)
  • She said, and to the palace led her guest; Then offer'd incense, and proclaim'd a feast.
    Book 1 (84% in)
  • All vote t' admit the steed, that vows be paid And incense offer'd to th' offended maid.
    Book 2 (28% in)
  • To heav'n I lift my hands with pious haste, And sacred incense in the flames I cast.
    Book 3 (25% in)
  • He said, and rose; as holy zeal inspires, He rakes hot embers, and renews the fires; His country gods and Vesta then adores With cakes and incense, and their aid implores.
    Book 5 (86% in)
  • Nine days they pass in feasts, their temples crown'd; And fumes of incense in the fanes abound.
    Book 5 (88% in)
  • the flames, involv'd in smoke Of incense, from the sacred altar broke, Caught her dishevel'd hair and rich attire; Her crown and jewels crackled in the fire: From thence the fuming trail began to spread And lambent glories danc'd about her head.
    Book 7 (10% in)
  • Yet from our lineage he derives his name, And, in the fourth degree, from god Pilumnus came; Yet he devoutly pays you rites divine, And offers daily incense at your shrine.
    Book 10 (67% in)

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