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inde, after leaving this place. Cf. 720 n. 722. So hinc is used, as in Virg. Aen.III. 551, where see Henry.

recordati, Cf. 678 n. Ovid does not specify the connection of Teucer with Crete, which he adopts from Virgil Aen.III. 104-9. The other legend which made Teucer a son of the river god Scamander was reconciled with this by representing Scamander also as an immigrant from Crete.

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