In cursu famulae rapuere furentem; In cursu, that is, antequam vaticinationem suam absolvissat, dum adhuc loqueretur, 'before she had finished her predictions: rapuere, 'they carried her off:' some say by the command of Priam; more probably, lest she should be too much endangered by the violence of her agitation.
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