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[125] Lacrymasque in funere funde So some read; but the greater part, and more authentic manuscripts, have vulnere. We are the more willing to admit this, as it is a way of speaking very common with Ovid. Met. book 4: “Viduera supplevit lacrymas, fletumque cruori Mucuit.

And book 13th: “Hic quoque dat lacrymas, lacrymas in vulnere fundit.

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