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1.crowσοφὸς πολλὰ εἰδὼς φυᾷ. μαθόντες δὲ λάβροι παγγλωσσίᾳ κόρα^κες ὣς ἄκραντα γαρύετον” (“-έτων” Bergk) “Διὸς πρὸς ὄρνιχα θεῖον” i. e. the rivals of Pindar. (cf. “κολοιός”) O. 2.87 test., Fulgentius, myth., 1. 13; secundum Pindarum corvus solus inter omnes aves sexaginta quattuor significationes habet vocum. (dubitanter hoc fr. Pindaro tribuerunt edd.) fr. 285.
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