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What does Olli mean in the Aeneid on line 254?

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What does Olli mean in the Aeneid on line 254?

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The Aeneid is written in Latin and has been translated into many other languages for centuries. Translators still debate the exact meaning of some of the terms used in the poem.

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This is a challenging question that requires some understanding of Latin. Line 254 of the Aeneid, in Latin, says Olli subridens hominum sator atque...

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The Aeneid by Virgil

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Chapter 7 / Lesson 3
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Virgil was a Roman poet whose poem, ''The Aeneid,'' continues to be renowned centuries after it was published. Discover the literary nuances of the poem, its purpose in outlining a new epic for a new age, and its depiction of Rome's glorious destiny. Meet the poem's dynamic cast of characters, including the hero Aeneas, Dido Queen of Carthage, wrathful Juno, and omnipotent Jupiter while traveling across the Mediterranean and through the Underworld.


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