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[104] Munus et hoc nobis. Copies very much vary in their manner of reading this line. In some we read, “Et minus ah nobis diruta Troja fuit.

'Better had it been for me, if Troy had not been destroyed.' This sense is pertinent, and agreeable to Ovid's manner; for we find a complaint of much the same kind in the Epistle of Penelope to Ulysses.

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