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  • Ehwald and Levy compare _Met_ V 573 'quae tibi causa fugae, cur sis, Arethusa, sacer _fons_'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Ponti loca iussa petentem:/sola comes nostrae _perstitit_ illa fugae 'and _Tr_ V xiv 19-20' quae ne quis possit temeraria dicere, persta

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Ita numero priores, [285] si ab persequendo hostes deterrere nequiverant, disjectos ab tergo aut lateribus circumveniebant; sin opportunior fugae collis quam campi fuerat, ea [286] vero consueti

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

  • Caesar prīmum suō, deinde omnium ex cōnspectū remōtīs equīs, ut aequātō perīculō spem fugae tolleret, cohortātus suōs proelium commīsit,

    New Latin Grammar

  • QVID petam praesidi aut exequar, quoue nunc auxilio exili aut fugae freta sim? arce et urbe orba sum: quo accedam, quo applicem, cui nec arae patriae domi stant, fractae et disiectae iacent,

    Andromache

  • Prīmā lūce aliī metū commōtī sēsē fugae mandāvērunt; aliī autem magnā virtūte impetum exercitūs nostrī sustinuērunt.

    Latin for Beginners

  • VIII, 51. aliam fugae caussam affert. multu, quale Liv.

    P. Ovidii Nasonis Fastorum libri VI.

  • Writers differ greatly in. their accounts of the seat of the Pygmies, being chiefly solicitous to remove them sufficiently £air from themselves, according to a just remark of iEneas Sylvius, semper Umgius miracula fugae.

    Illustrations of Sterne: with other essays and verses

  • Tu mccnia magnis Magna para, longumque fugae ne linque laborem.

    P. Virgilii Maronis Opera

  • Terga fugae celeri praeftantibus omnibus, inftant, - 7J Qui vicina colunt umbrofae Tentyra palma.

    A. Persii Flacci et Dec. Jun. Juvenalis satirae: Ad optimas editiones ...

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