Greek translation: and he took away the terrible (frightfull) wild boar by force
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06:22 Nov 14, 2001
Latin to Greek translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary
Latin term or phrase:Et Vivum Detulim Aprum Terribilem
This phrase is on top of a tapestry. The scene is that of a lion attacking a boar in the woods. Pan is standing off to the side of them. Several searches for this phrase came up with reference to Vergil's Aeneid. So if anyone can help I would appreciate it.