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1 A.U.C. 444
2 habuere Anderson (ed. of Bk. IX. p. 259): habuere. nam et cum umbrorum exercitu acie depugnatum est; fusi tamen magis quam caesi hostes, quia coeptam acriter non tolerarunt pugnam; et ad Vadimonis lacum POTDLA: M has these words and also (before Nam) the words et rurae (?): A4 the words interea res in etruria geste: P2 (or P3) F? (marg.) U have them after pugnam (u adding et after res): F3 has after pugnam (over erasure) interim ab fabio cōs in etruria res feliciter geste ad vadimonis lacum. Anderson supposes that we have here what was written as a comment on the first sentence of§ 11.
6 A.U.C. 444
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