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665, hic, ‘here,’ in this crisis, or ‘there,’ at Andros. Neither the pronoun nor the adverb is limited to what is near the speaker. So in the oracle given at Delos, Virg. Aen.III. 97, hic (in Italy) “domus Aeneae cunctis dominabitur oris”. See Wagner, Quaest. Virgil. xx. xxiii.

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