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  Aeneid Outline
Advice of Nautes: leave the weak in Siciliy with Acestes
Mezentius and Lausus; Aventinus; Catillus and Coras; Messapus; Clausus; Halaesus; Oebalus; Ufens; Umbro; Virbius; Turnus; Camilla
Aeneas' dream-vision of Tiberinus; sacrifice of a sow
www.unbsj.ca /arts/classics/courses/clas1502/aenout.html   (113 words)

  
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Halaesus Son of Agamemnon; Servius' entry for A. 7.723 discusses his status.
Halaesus appears again in the battle of A. 10 and is slain by Evander's son Pallas; just prior to his death the poem's narrator reveals that Halaesus' father had hidden him in the woods in the hope of escaping such a fate.
Since Agamemnon is not mentioned at this point, some have concluded that the Halaesus of A. 10 is a different hero from the one in A. Halius A Trojan killed by Turnus.
ccat.sas.upenn.edu /~jfarrell/temp/vp/july31/pontes.txt   (4372 words)

  
 Agamemnon
Still others sources claim he was prepared to but Artemis whisked her to Taurus in Crimea.
Agamemnon's teamster, Halaesus, later fought with Aeneas in Italy.
Little is heard of Agamemnon until his quarrel with Achilles.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ag/Agamemnon.html   (706 words)

  
 Never is a Promise   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Alkaios and Halaesus were adept students, and Arlath was no greenling teacher.
He was home with his wife, and Arlath felt guilty for interrupting the laughter she heard within the house.
Arlath had a similar interview with Iphentes, though that was followed by a vehement shouting match about whether or not she should go to Xena now.
www.angelfire.com /va/UnderthePink/arlath3.html   (3851 words)

  
 Ovid's Amores III:13
Then the people cheer as Juno herself follows in gilded state behind her priestesses.
The character of the procession is Argive, for after Agamemnon's slaughter Halaesus fled crime and the wealth of his fatherland.
Halaesus taught the Faliscan people the rites of Juno.
david-drake.com /ovid/amoresIII-13.html   (372 words)

  
 FIREFLYFANS.NET
Scanning the room she was surprised to see that her assailant was no longer in the room.
All she saw was a large hologram, showing a battle from the war, a battle she knew all to well, The Battle of Halaesus.
She remembered her purpose in the particular battle was to seek out and kill any Independent officers she could find.
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 Roman Imperialism: Some Statements
Two cities, that of the Mamertines and Tauromenium, have special treaties of alliance (foederatae civitates) and no contracts are made for collecting the tithe (decuma) from them.
Five others, though not allies by treaty, are free states exempt from taxation (sine foedere immunes civitates ac liberae): Centurpia, Halaesus, Segesta, Halicyae, Panhormus.
With these exceptions, all the lands of the Sicilian cities are subject to the payment of the tithe (ager decumanus), and were so, under regulations voluntarily made by their own inhabitants, before the days of Roman sovereignty.
www.csun.edu /~hcfll004/imperialism.html   (899 words)

  
 halaesus   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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 Aeneid, Book 7
Allecto retreats back to the underworld; Latinus is upset and goes into seclusion; Juno tears open the gates of war (lines 740-879)
Catalog of the Italian Troops (lines 880-1122): Mezentius and his son Lausus, Aventinus, Catillus and Coras, Caeculus, Messapus, Clausus, Halaesus, Oebalus, Ufens, Umbro, Virbius (son of Hippolytus), Turnus, Camilla
All line numbers refer to the lines in the Fitzgerald translation.
www.personal.kent.edu /~bkharvey/roman/sources/virgil07.htm   (230 words)

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