Volltext: A history of caricature and grotesque in literature and art

20 
of Caricature 
Grotgfgue 
and 
felves on their defcent from jEneas. Virgil has told, with great eH'e6t, 
the Rory of his hero's efcape from the deftru(:'ti0n of Troy-or rather has 
put the Rory into his hero's mouth. Wiien the devoted city was already 
T11: Flight qf .Encas_fram Trqy. 
in flames, ]Eneas took his father, Anchifes, on his fhoulder, and his boy, 
Iulus, or, as he was otherwife called, Afcanius, by the hand, and thus Hed 
from his home, followed by his wife-- 
L 
Ergo age, tare pater, o'er-uici imponsre nqjint ; 
Ipjiefubibo Immeris, nec me labor we gra-vabit. 
914:0 re: cumgue cadent, zmum er commune periclum, 
Una falui ambobus Brit. Milzi parwu: lulu: 
Sit comes, e! longeferwat -v96igia cunjux.-Virg. 2En., 1ib.i.i. 1. 707.  
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