ibis: can it be that you are going, etc. So Tibull. 1.3.1, Ibitis Aegaeas sine me, Messalla, per undas.--Liburnis: in the Liburnian galleys; abl. instr. Cf. on 1.37.30. The light Liburnian galleys of Octavian are contrasted with the ponderous battlemented ships of Antony (alta navium propugnacula) in all descriptions of the battle. Cf. Verg. Aen. 8. 691; Ferrero 5.101; Merivale, 3.252; Shaks. Ant. and Cleop. 3. 7, 'Their ships are yare, yours heavy.'

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