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cecidit. Cf. Virg. Georg.IV. 209, “stat fortuna domus”.

inpius, ‘foully,’ as sinning against sacred obligations. Virgil ( Aen.III. 45) represents Polydorus as struck down and pinned to the ground by spears, the cornel wood shafts of which grew into a thicket over him.

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