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redderet. For the force of purpose cf. 440 n., and observe that the transition to oratio obliqua only affects the tense (R. § 768).

554. The Odrysae were a people occupying the central and north-western parts of Thrace.

adsuetus amore. For the ablative see Roby, §§ 1215-6, and cf. Liv.xxxi. XXXV. 3, “credidere regii genus pugnae quo adsuerant fore”, B. G. I. 44, “genere eodem pugnae assuefacti”.

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