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[107] Perque tuum caput. It was the custom among the Greeks to swear by each other's head. Juvenal, 6.16-17:Nondum Graecis iurare paratis per caput alterius”.

Iunximus una; iungere capita; a phrase usual among the Romans to denote an amorous commerce.

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