The Education of a Patron
through many a hill and dale,
Through pleasant woods, and many an unknowne way, Along the bankes of many silver streames, Thou with him yodest; and with him didst scale The craggie rocks of th’ Alpes and Appenine; Still with the Muses sporting, while those beames Of virtue kindled in his noble brest, Which after did so gloriously forth shine.
KeywordsImperial Court Diplomatic Mission Determined Conviction Latin Poet Latin Poem
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