Page 574. " cool Aurora, who was revealing the beauty of her face in the portal and balconies of the east "

 Aurora, Roman goddess of the dawn, is here invoked by Cervantes to paint an excessively flowery picture of the rising sun, mimicking similar descriptions from classical literature, such as the repeated reference to 'rosy-fingered dawn' in Homer's epic verse

True to the bathetic satire of Don Quixote, however, the picturesque scene is shattered by the first object illuminated for Sancho by the morning light: the Squire of the Forest's enormous, wart-covered nose.