Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Aricia” in book 7, card 761 of John Conington, Commentary on Vergil's Aeneid, Volume 2:
...vetitisque ad Troiam miserat
armis ), or of his personal beauty,
which would also be naturally associated
with the mother. It seems better, on a
comParison of the two passages just cited,
to make Aricia an eponymous nymph,
mother of Virbius, than Virbius' native
place, in spite of Populonia mater 10.
172. See however on 9. 177, which is
itself doubtful, though on the whole the
balance there ...
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