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Hecuba. Cf. 549, 556. Ovid generally retains the original long quantity of Greek nominatives feminine of 1st declension, as in Electra, Fast.IV. 177, Amalthea, ib. V. 155, Rhea, ib. IV. 201. Cf. Ter. Eun.107 Eun., 707, Phor. 865, 1037.

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    • Ovid, Metamorphoses, 13.549
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    • Ovid, Fasti, 4
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