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  • n. postil

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  • Apollo puerum primus Priamo qui foret10 postilla natus temperaret tollere: eum esse exitium Troiae, pestem Pergamo.

    Cassandra. ii

  • ‘Eurydica prognata, pater quam noster amauit, uires uitaque corpus meum nunc deserit omne. nam me uisus homo plucher per amoena salicta5 et ripas raptare locosque nouos: ita sola postilla, germana soror, errare uidebar tardaque uestigare et quaerere to neque posse corde capessere: semita nulla pedem stabilibat. exim compellare pater me uoce uidetur10 his uerbis: “O gnata, tibi sunt ante gerendae aerumnae, post ex fluuio fortuna resistet.

    The Vision of Ilia

  • Those two captives that I bought yesterday from the commissioners in charge of the spoils -- put the light irons on them and take off the heavy ones they’re coupled with. sinito ambulare, si foris si intus volent, sed uti adserventur magna diligentia. liber captivos avis ferae consimilis est: semel fugiendi si data est occasio, satis est, numquam postilla possis prendere.

    Amphitryo, Asinaria, Aulularia, Bacchides, Captivi Amphitryon, The Comedy of Asses, The Pot of Gold, The Two Bacchises, The Captives

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