If someone would indulge me, I would like to have a translation of the following, which is part of a fragment from Quintus Ennius (2nd Century BCE): ager oppletus imbrium fremitu / festiuum festinant diem. / induta fuit saeua stola. / ut uos nostri liberi / defendant, pro uostra uita morti occumbant obuiam. / ferro foedati iacent. / inprimitque genae genam. / deos aeui integros / uersat mucronem. Note that this is Early Latin, and uses archaic/older forms of some words, such as genō rather than gignō. Thank you in advance!