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Latin words have different forms for different grammatical cases (depending on their function in a sentence or phrase). Aeneis is the nominative case form of the title in Latin, but the stem is actually Aeneid-. The -s at the end of Aeneis is a nominative singular ending that causes the d at the end of the stem to be deleted, since Latin doesn't allow words ...


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