1. citius (142) is comparative. What is the ablative of comparison that goes with it? __________
2. -que (143) connects what two verbs? _________ __________
3. scopulō (145)is an ablative of separation. What verb form introduces it? ___________
4. ipse (145): Case, number and gender? _____________ _____ ____ What is its antecedent? ______________
6. There is a synchesis in line 147. What are the elements? __________ __________ _______________ _____________ a b
7. Lines 148-156 present a major simile with a theme central to the Aeneid. What word introduces this simile and signals that we are going to be presented with an explicit comparison? __________
8. Ignobile (149) is neuter. What noun does it describe? ___________
9. cum . . . tum are correlative conjunctions. They appear as a pair to relate two sentences. In what line does the cum appear which goes with the tum of line 151? ____
10. forte (line 151) is this from the adjective fortis, forte or the noun fors, fortis?
11. What adjective are pietāte and meritīs dependent upon? __________ What is the name of this use of the ablative? _______________
12. What ablative of means complements regit? ____________
13. Sīc answers to the word which introduced the simile in line 148 . What was that word in line 148? ________________
14. Line 154 begins a tricola of 3 clauses with 3 verbs ending with line 156. What are the 3 verbs? ______ _______ _________
15. Line 157 is another line with an ellipsis of the verb “to be” and a relative pronoun out of place. What is the antecedent of quae? _________
16. In line 160 laterum is genitive plural and goes with objectū, but whose sides are being referred to? __________ What word then is the antecedent of quibus? ___________
17. What noun has been omitted (or goes with) omnis? ___________
18. In line 161 why is reductōs plural?
19. What is the antecedent of quorum in line 163? ________________
20. What is the metaphor in line 164? ____________
21. Find the chiasmus lin line 165. __________ __________ __________ __________
22. What verb has been omitted in oine 166? _______
23. There is enjambment in line 168-9 and an example of synchysis. Note the synchysis.
__________ ___________ ___________ _____________
24. This entire scene from line 159 to 169 represents an ekphrasis or a lengthy description which results in a break in the plot or line of action. This scene is noteworthy for its ambivalence or the contradictions it represents, for it is apparently a safe place and yet numerous words suggest danger or hidden threats. What are some of the ominous words in this passage?