Alright, line 11, the first clause, of Book IV of The Aeneid (Pharr's) reads in Latin:
"quem sese ore ferens"
Pharr's usually handy little notes claims this means "how noble in appearance," and while I trust Pharr I just don't see how he came to that conclusion. I can see how ore=appearance, but how does ferens=noble? Is it one of those things that just doesn't make sense in English? Does it have something to do with him "carrying" himself well perhaps?