Vergil's Aeneid, LLPSI Version

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Vergilius, Aenēis, Exōrdium versiōnis Ørbergiānae 

Vergilius, Aenēis, 1-01 Invocātiō ad Mūsam "Arma virumque canō" 

Vergilius, Aenēis, 1-02 Īra Jūnōnis "Urbs antīqua fuit" 

Vergilius, Aeneis, 1-03 Juno ab Aeolo auxilium petit "Talia flammato secum" 

Vergilius, Aeneis, 1-04 Aeolus tempestatem incitat "Haec ubi dicta" 

Vergilius, Aeneis, 1-05 Neptunus aequora placat "Interea magno misceri" 

more coming!

How to scan poetry • hexameter • Aeneid I.1-7 • Ranieri's 5-stage scanning exercise 

[EN] Having already completed my Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata: Roma Aeterna audio course through Chapter 40 ( found here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/27883398 ), you are now ready for the Ørberg poetry version of the Aeneid! which contains book 1 and 4 (these books were treated in prose form in Roma Aeterna Chapters 37-40). My reading style is experimental: while meter is strictly observed in the recordings, I take meaningful pauses wherever the meter may allow (after obvious causurae, or after long syllables). I hope the effect is a pleasant one. Thank you, dear patrons!

[LA] Cursū audībilī LINGVA LATINA PER SE ILLVSTRATA: ROMA AETERNA jam ūsque ad Cap.XL auscultātō (quī hīc reperīrī potest: https://www.patreon.com/posts/27883398 ), nunc praeparātī estis ad versiōnem Ørbergī poēticam Aenēidis! quā quidem librī I et IV continentur (hī enim librī jam perlēctī sunt ōrātiō solūtā in ROMA AETERNA Cap.XXXVII-XL). Stilum recitandī quum paullō inūsitātiōrem, tum novum adhibeō: dummodo numerī sēdulō observantur, morās propriās, sinente metrō, impōnō (post causūrās, prōductās syllabās, etc.). Svāvis sī erit sonus vestrīs auribus gaudēbō. Grātiām plūrimam vōbīs habeō, cārī patrōnī!

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