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ante rates. The scene suggests recollections which serve the double purpose of recommending himself and depreciating his adversary: “ad commendationem quoque et invidiam valet [locus],Quint. V. x. ad fin., quoting this passage. The words rates, mecum and Ulixes are strongly emphasised.

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