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3. illorum jure sacratum] “bound by the oath of such.'
4. Harpocratem] the god of Silence.
On the unexpected renewal of her attachment to him.
Whose license of his tongue, and crimination of virtuous citizens, had made him universally odious.
From whom he had been estranged, on her offering a reconciliation ; expressing a prayer for its sincerity and permanence.
1. studioso animo venanda] “to be studied with
thoughtful mind,' applied to a poem of Callimachus, obscure and full of invective against Apollonius Rhodius, of which Catullus had attempted an imitation, against Gellius. Ovid in Ibide, v. 55. seq., in allusion to these,
4.] Tela infesta meum mittere inusque caput.
7. contra] still, but yet.'
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