Hoyt & Roberts, comps. Hoyts New Cyclopedia of Practical Quotations. 1922.
Thou hast fair forms that move With queenly tread; Thou hast proud fanes above Thy mighty dead. Yet wears thy Tibers shore A mournful mien: Rome, Rome, thou art no more As thou hast been. Felicia D. HemansRoman Girls Song.
Those graceful groves that shade the plain, Where Tiber rolls majestic to the main, And flattens, as he runs, the fair campagne. OvidMetamorphoses. Bk. XIV. Æneas Arrives in Italy. L. 8. Sir Saml Garths trans.