1 That is, the oaths frantically appeal to all the great gods.
2 The construction and translation are uncertain. I believe that δρις1μοῖς2 and the other datives are a Roman's efforts at rendering into Greek "ablatives of attendant circumstances," but ἐκ μεταφορῆς2 is puzzling, and can hardly be taken with λόγονς2. Perhaps it is a Latinism. Cf. "pastor ab Amphryso."
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