I am trying to translate chapter 14 in 38 latin stories and I was wondering if I could get some help. I have put an * by the letters that need macrons. I also underlined the areas that I had extra trouble with, if anyone can give me some help that would be great.
Europam, filiam agenoris, Iuppiter, rex deorum, vidit. Victusamore eius, dixit, â€œSine hac bella* femina* ego non poteri vivere. Sed quid agam? Haec virgo*, si eam vi superabo, me* non amabit, et Iuno, uxor mea, si insidias meas inveniet, me* castigabit. Arte igitur Europam ad me*ducere debeo.â€
Iuppiter sibi dedit formam tauri. Cum celeritate e* sua* arce in caelo* per nubes ad terram cucurrit. Europa cum suis amicis erraverat in loca remota. Ad ha*s ve*nit ille magnus Taurus. Fu*gerunt aliae puellae; sola Europa (nam animalia simper amaverat) remansit cum tauro*. Collum Euis suis bracchii*s Europa tenuit; sine mora* trans mare ille eam traxit!
Europa periculum sensit st exclamavit, â€œO!â€ Dixit Iuppiter, â€œBella femina, nullae malae sententiae sunt in meo* animo*. Non Taurus, sed dues ego sum. Non mors, sed fama gloriaque tibi venient, nam tuum nomen magni poetae cum meo* iungent.
Jupiter, the king of Gods, saw Europa the daughter of Agenoris. He said (victus amore eius) (*no idea what this means) â€œwithout this beautiful woman I will not be able to live. But what should I do? This maiden, if I will be above her with force, she will not love me, and Juno, my wife, if she will find my treachery. She will punish me. Therefore I ought to lead Europa with skill to me.
Jupiter gave the form of a bull to himself. With speed, out of his fortress through the clouds to the land he ran. Europa had wandered with her friends in a distant place. That great bull went to her. The other girls fled, lonely Europa (For she had always loved animals) remained with the bull. Europa held his neck with her arms. Without manner through the sea he dragged her!
Europa sensed danger and exclaimed â€œOh!â€ Jupiter said â€œbeautiful woman, there are no bad thoughts in my soul. I am not a bull but I am a god. Not habit, but fame and glory will come to you. For great poets will join your name with mine.
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