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- He first renews the rods and ax severe, And gives the consuls royal robes to wear.Book 6 (90% in)
- Howeer the doubtful fact is understood, 'T is love of honor, and his country's good: The consul, not the father, sheds the blood.Book 6 (90% in)
- Who can see Without esteem for virtuous poverty, Severe Fabricius, or can cease t' admire The plowman consul in his coarse attire?Book 6 (93% in)
- Then, when the sacred senate votes the wars, The Roman consul their decree declares, And in his robes the sounding gates unbars.Book 7 (76% in)
There are no more uses of "consul" in The Aeneid.
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