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CDXIX (F XIV, 17)

TO TERENTIA (AT ROME)
BRUNDISIUM (25 DECEMBER)
If you are well, I am glad. I am well. If I had had anything to write to you about, I would have done so at greater length and more frequently. As it is, you see the state of my affairs. What the state of my feelings is you will be able to learn from Lepta and Trebatius. Be sure you take care of your own and Tullia's health. Good-bye.


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