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corpora, of a single body. Cf. 108 n. Ibis, 412, corpora Cercyonea. Dräger, Historische Syntax, I. p. 6, compares “σώματα” in Soph. El. 1232.

turpe, ‘a blemish.’ Cf. Ars Amat. III. 249: “turpe pecus mutilum, turpis sine gramine campus, et sine fronde frutex, et sine crine caput.

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