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The “Branch Wet with the Dews of Lethe” (“ramum Lethaeo rore madentem”, “Aeneis” V, 854, en. tr. T. C. Williams, 1910) and the two Gates of the Elysian Fields

Sleep and dreams in the Aeneid and in the Divine Comedy
You are here: Latin and comparative lit. Lessons and lectures The “Branch Wet with the Dews of Lethe” (“ramum Lethaeo rore madentem”, “Aeneis” V, 854, en. tr. T. C. Williams, 1910) and the two Gates of the Elysian Fields