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[83] Eximiis pompis, &c. Heinsius is also in doubt respecting the authenticity of these two lines. The poet alludes to the pomp and magnificence of triumphs, that the image of Hercules, lying prostrate at the feet of his mistress, may have the greater appearance of ridicule.

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