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Quotation related with god's and goddesses in Aeneid?

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"Gods and goddesses, who have the power to make the earth tremble and the heavens shake, guide my hand and protect me in battle." - Aeneid, Book 12
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"Goddess, tell me the story, of that man, // For who more worthy than the son of Jove? // Who more has suffer'd under heav'n, or bore // Misfortunes more unworthy of the god? // And summon'd here by Juno's hate, what hand // Could quell the rage of such a pow'rful land?" (I.8-13)

"By Jove's high precepts, and my earnest pray'r, // If ever I a god's requests deny'd, // No greater favour can thy grace afford, // To Juno's and thy suppliant suit restor'd, // That safe he reach the Tyrrhene shores and find, // The town which fate has destin'd, and thy mind." (I.251-256)

"For though keen Juno's hate thy life pursue, // Two pow'rful deities have vow'd to shield, // Venus and he who rules the forked field." (I.393-395)

"Thy tempest I advis'd; // And, but for Jove's command, had still detain'd, // Your fleet within your port, and made you moan // Your army's loss, and Lasus's alone." (I.80-83)

"I, that have been for many years thy friend, // As far as heav'n would give me leave to lend, // Protect thee with my pow'r, and Heav'n by thine." (II.129-131)
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