Non ego. This is a kind of rhetorical artifice, to tell a thing by the manner of declining it. She here touches upon the story of Leda, her grandmother by the mother's side. Jupiter enjoyed her in the shape of a swan. Upon this, Leda had two eggs: from one came Pollux and Helen, from the other Castor and Clytemnestra.
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