Signa tegenda; that is, as Helvetius paraphrases it: Signa, quibus amorem meum tibi declarabam, celanda omnibus, praesertim verò Menelao marito. 'Signs by which you might know the greatness of my passion, such as might be understood by none, but must be particularly concealed from Menelaus.'
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