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sua aede, ‘from her own temple,’ the adjective being emphasised by position. For the use of suus see R. § 894, and cf. 356, 464; it is very common in Ovid, as may be seen from a collection of passages in an appendix to Mr. Hallam's edition of the Fasti.

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