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[33] Hymenaeus; the son of Bacchus and Venus, and god of marriage. The meaning of the passage is this: 'Where is now your regard for that conjugal tie by which you engaged for an union of our years never to be broken? It was to this that I, too credulous, trusted, innocently believing that you knew not how to deceive.'

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