their smoke ...
Laquearia. V. Aeneid, I, 726:
dependent lychni laqueribus auries
incensi, et noctem flammis funalia vincunt
Eliot refers to lines from a passage which describe how
Dido entertains her royal guests (Aeneas and train).
Eliot makes good use of the similarities between
Shakespeare's play and Virgil's epic by mixing elements
of descriptions from both in this opening paragraph of
"A Game of Chess" (see detailed discussion