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Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. What now can you gain to recompense you then, when you will have to say: Why do you not bind me forthwith, and give me over to Gaetulian Iarbas? Straight will come rushing to your mind the perjury of your false tongue, and Dido driven to death by Phrygian faithlessness; before your eyes will appear the features of your deceived wife, heavy with sorrow, with hair streaming, and stained with ds.

See our Returns Policy. Nor when I have been consumed upon the pyre, shall my inscription read: Es por eso que decide suicidarse maldiciendo el abandono de Eneas. You furnish forth my death at a cost but slight. Of rocks and mountains were you begotten, and of the oak sprung from the lofty cliff, of savage wild beasts, or of the sea — such a sea as even now you look upon, tossed by the winds, on which you are none the less making ready to sail, despite the threatening floods.


When will it geroidas your fortune, think you, to found a city like to Carthage, and from the citadel on high to look down upon peoples of your own?

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My husband fell in his blood before the voidio in his very house, and my brother possesses the fruits of the monstrous crime; myself am driven into exile, compelled to leave behind the ashes of my lord and law land of my birth. Lay down those gods and sacred things; your touch profanes them! Huidos de una patria arrasada, los troyanos llegan a Cartago desviados de su rumbo hacia Italia a causa de la tempestad provocada por la ovidjo Juno.

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Estas frescas murallas triunfadoras No te incitan a amarme, ni aprovecha Darte un cetro y esta alma donde moras. Over hard paths I fly, and my enemy pursues. What has little Ascanius done, or what your Penates, to deserve ill fate? Nor is it you for whom I am anxious; only let the little Iulus 3 be spared!

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I established a city, and lay about it the foundations of wide-reaching walls that stir the jealousy of neighbouring realms. Dido, desesperada, decide suicidarse. The song preceding death.