And now the trumpets terribly, from far,With rattling clangor, rouse the sleepy war.The soldiers' shouts succeed the brazen sounds;And heaven, from pole to pole, the noise rebounds. Lines 503–504 (translated by John Dryden).
Tags: aere, caelumque, canoro, clamor, Increpuit, procul, remugit, sequitur
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