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exitium Troiae, so called because he was the most formidable of its foes. So are styled also Ulysses and Paris the latter of whom Priam was warned by an oracle not to rear. Cf. 494 n., Cic. de Div. I. xxi. 42.

nostri orbator, ‘my bereaver.’

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