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[85] Scilicet ex illo. The poet observes the same conduct here, as he has in other epistles; that is, he makes Hypermnestra, after the manner of her sex, trace her disasters from remote events. She considers them as the vengeance of Juno still pursuing her race, because Io had rivaled her in the affections of Jupiter.

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