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1 hoc eodem illo ςH, cf. Tusc. iii. 31 hic est enim ille voltus semper idem, Att. i. 18. 3 instat hic nunc ille annus egregius

2 se om. P, qui deficit in verbo insequenti: se post fecisse inser. Baiter

3 peric. circumsp. ςHE: circumsp. peric. Tδ

4 suam H: om. ETδ

5 deliniret Eα

6 fortuna ceperit Ioergensen: fortunae ceperit ς(?)H: fortuna dederit ETδ

7 se ςH: om. cett.

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