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  • September 25, 2006, 7: 33 am trail says: trail oreyay uix

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  • Earlier excavations at Gordion recovered coins of the sort used to pay Celtic mercenaries, a few artifacts with parallels in Celtic Europe (a helmet flap, sheep shears, and pin), and a sherd inscribed with a clearly Celtic name, Kant [x] uix.

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  • = _Partes_ = 'function'; see at ii 27 _uix uenit ad partes ...

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Louaniense Heinsii (Burman) _ ille Iugurthino clarus Cimbroque triumpho, 45 quo uictrix totiens consule Roma fuit, in caeno latuit Marius cannaque palustri, pertulit et tanto multa pudenda uiro. ludit in humanis diuina potentia rebus, et certam praesens uix facit hora fidem.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • = For _uix_ 'with difficulty' _OLD uix_ 1 cites _Fast_ I 508

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  • = Compare _EP_ II i 1-2 'Huc quoque Caesarei peruenit fama triumphi,/_languida_ quo fessi uix uenit _aura Noti_'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • The idiom is different from the _et pudet et_ construction seen at xv 29 'et pudet et metuo [' I am both embarrassed and afraid '] semperque eademque precari' and _Tr_ V vii 57-58 'et pudet et fateor [' I confess with embarrassment '], iam desuetudine longa/uix subeunt ipsi uerba Latina mihi'.

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  • = Compare _EP_ II vii 69-70 'tempus in agrorum cultu consumere dulce est:/non patitur uerti barbarus hostis humum' and _EP_ III viii 6 'hostis ab agricola uix sinit illa [_sc_ loca] fodi'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • = Compare _Tr_ V ix 25-26 'nunc quoque se, quamuis est iussa quiescere, quin te/nominet inuitum, uix mea Musa tenet'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • See _Tr_ V x entire, and compare for instance _Tr_ V vii 45-46 'siue homines [_sc_ specto], uix sunt homines hoc nomine digni,/quamque lupi saeuae plus feritatis habent'.

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