Vergil’s Aeneid: text and pdf

This is a new development from the scansion project: plain text (no scansion) and pdf versions of the Aeneid. I’ve laboriously corrected macrons and scansion for this text, so these versions should be 99.9% good and usable for teaching (feedback always welcome, of course). Note that the pdfs do not lend themselves to copy/paste: use the plain text versions for that. If the text files don’t display properly in your browser, right click to download them.

  • With intervocalic i as j, intervocalic u as v, and 3rd declension i-stem accusative plural ending -is (e.g. jubet venientis): text   pdf
  • With intervocalic i as i, intervocalic u as v, and 3rd declension i-stem accusative plural ending -is (e.g. iubet venientis): text   pdf 
  • With intervocalic i as i, intervocalic u as u, and 3rd declension i-stem accusative plural ending -is (e.g. iubet uenientis): text   pdf 
  • With intervocalic i as j, intervocalic u as v, and 3rd declension i-stem accusative plural ending -es (e.g. jubet venientes): text   pdf
  • With intervocalic i as i, intervocalic u as v, and 3rd declension i-stem accusative plural ending -is (e.g. iubet venientes): text   pdf 
  • With intervocalic i as i, intervocalic u as u, and 3rd declension i-stem accusative plural ending -is (e.g. iubet uenientes): text   pdf

Of course, only a monster would want to read something like jubet uenientis/es…

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You can buy a paperback version of this from Lulu for $20. About $13 of that will go to support Medecins Sans Frontieres (the rest to Lulu).

Front cover of Aeneid book from Lulu