Of which lesson her own history is a part, and her habitation by the Avernus lake.
Last night we ascended Avernus again, and did the usual guard on the summit.
There is the Lake of Avernus, with its splendid supply of oysters.
It has been said with more truth than poetic fancy that the descent to Avernus is easy.
Is it not probable that Avernus, if not corrupted from ἄορνος, is related to iffrin, the Irish inferi?
It should be "facilis descensus Averno," easy is the descent to Avernus.
Stover, like Æneas at the gates of Avernus, stood under the awful portals, ruminating uneasily on Butsey's last remark.
In safety, as thou desirest, shall he reach the haven of Avernus.
That visit to Avernus necessitates a stage setting and an interpretation which I will deliberately designate as intensive.
Decius followed, as he would have followed through the portals of Avernus.