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tibi. Apostrophe (R. § 947) is a common device in Ovid, especially where it relieves the monotony of an enumeration, as in Fast.IV. 435-40 Fast., 467-70 Fast., 499-502. It is still more common in Propertius: see Hertzberg, Quaest. Propert. VI. ii. § 3; Postgate, Select Elegies, p. xcvii.
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