A copy of that prelate's works is in the Bodleian Library, and contains the descensus.
Facilis descensus Averni—and he was at the bottom of the pit.
Aeneas passes by the descensus Averni per tacitum nemus to the lugentes campi.
The descensus was easy, but Mrs. Abbott's warm welcome and hot dinner suggested an avernus only by blissful contrast.
But he could not foretell that the descensus Averni would be so alarmingly rapid.
Descend the river, keeping constantly to the left; consult the papyrus; and stop at the descensus Aesopi.
descensus de·scen·sus (dĭ-sěn'səs)
The process of descending or falling from a higher position.