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[133a] as in a mirror, and we call this the pupil,1 for in a sort it is an image of the person looking?

1 The Greek κόρη and the Latin “pupilla” both mean “little girl” or “doll,” and were used to indicate the dark center of the eye in which a tiny image can be seen reflected.

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