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fateor. This parenthetic use is very frequent. Cf. VIII. 127, “nam fateor merui”, IX. 362, “et fateor volui sub eodem cortice condi”. So Am.III. ix. 35, “cum rapiant mala fata bonos, ignoscite fasso, sollicitor nullos esse putare deos”.

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    • Ovid, Metamorphoses, 8.127
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