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On Fri, 15 Jun 2001, Raymond Brown wrote:

>At 3:30 pm -0400 14/6/01, David Peterson wrote:
>>In a message dated 6/14/01 6:44:14 AM, [log in to unmask] writes:
>>
>><< If I may make so bold as to ask, whence come these lines? >>
>>
>>    Vergil's Aeneid.
>
>That's right - Book VII, lines 454 and 455:
>"respice ad haec: adsum dirarum ab sede sororum,
> bella manu letumque fero."

Hm. "Respice that hock - add some dill and sorrel seed.
Well, man, let em come and get it!"

I rather like the Shaxespeare better - a little more oomph
than this Virgin fellow. For some reason, "Chef Aeneas Cooks
Through the Mediterranean" doesn't seem quite as gripping!

Padraic.

>Ray.