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Virgil (Aeneid, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
Not being ignorant of bad things, I learn to help the wretched.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book I, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
What region of the earth is not full of our calamities? 
Virgil
Happy is the one who knows the causes of things.
Virgil (Georgics - Book II, 29 BCE)
Every fortune is to be conquered by bearing it.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book V, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
Let us go singing as far as we go: the road will be less tedious.
Virgil (Eclogues - Book IX, 39 BCE - 38 BCE)
We give life to tears.
Virgil
Yield not to evils, but attack all the more boldly.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book VI, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
Anger supplies arms.
Virgil (Aeneid, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
So many terrible things I saw, and in so many of them I played a great part.
Virgil (Aeneid, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
Why such great anger in those heavenly minds?
Virgil (Aeneid - Book I, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
Rumor has wings.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book VII, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
Love conquers all.
Virgil (Eclogues - Book X, 39 BCE - 38 BCE)
I feel once more the scars of the old flame.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book IV, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
Fortune favors the brave.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book X, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
Old age grows cold to love.
Virgil (Georgics - Book III, 29 BCE)
O you who have borne even heavier things, God will grant an end to these too.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book I, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
The land of joy, the lovely glades of the fortunate woods and the home of the blest.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book VI, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
I beg you, let me be mad with this madness until death comes.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book XII, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
Whatever it is, I fear Greeks even when they bring gifts.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book II, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
Who can blind lover's eyes? 
Virgil
Death's brother, Sleep.
Virgil (Aeneid, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
Time bears away all things, even our minds.
Virgil (Eclogues - Book IX, 39 BCE - 38 BCE)
Your descendants shall gather your fruits.
Virgil (Eclogues, 39 BCE - 38 BCE)
The descent into Hell is easy.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book VI, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
The mind moves matter.
Virgil
Look with favor upon a bold beginning.
Virgil (Georgics - Book I, 29 BCE)
It is of benefit to have improved life through discovered knowledge.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book VI, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
Each of us suffers his own fate in the after-life.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book VI, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
Do not trust the horse, Trojans. Whatever it is, I fear the Greeks even when they bring gifts.
Virgil (Aeneid - Book II, 29 BCE - 19 BCE)
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Virgil Biography

Born: October, 70 BCE
Died: September, 19 BCE

Virgil was a Roman poet during the classical era. He is most famous for his three major works, most notably the Aeneid. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest Roman poets ever.

Notable Works

Eclogues (39 - 38 BCE)
Georgics
(29 BCE)
Aeneid
(29 - 19 BCE)
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