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[50] Induit illa pater. This is undoubtedly the true reading; though some editions have patrem. Thus we find,

Induit arma tibi genitor patriaeque tuusque.

Pater, in this place, signifies the same as Pietas erga patrem; paternal piety; a just resentment of the death of a father.

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