Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Aricia” in book 7, card 761 of John Conington, Commentary on Vergil's Aeneid, Volume 2:
...eems to incline the other way.
Eductum, reared, like educatum:
see on 6. 765. Egeriae: a
grove near Aricia was sacred to Egeria, as
well as one near Rome. Ov. M. 15. 497
makes Egeria fly to Aricia for grief at the
death of Numa, and there to be gently
rebuked by Hippolytus for disturbing the
rites of Diana with her lamentations. See
also Ov. F. 3. 261 foll. (Dict. M. Aegeria).
Some however (as...
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