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[126] Cum steteris urbis celsus in arce tuae. In some manuscripts we read, Turbae celsus in aure. But the first is preferable; as it is, moreover, a way of speaking not unusual with Ovid. Thus, in the Epistle of Dido, the heroine says, “Et videas populos altus ab arce tuos.

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